Passengers arriving at Indianapolis International Airport

The Indianapolis International Airport just celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the new terminal opening.

A little over a decade ago, the City of Indianapolis and Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) embarked on a $1.1 billion project to construct a new midfield terminal. The project was completed ahead of schedule and under budget - which is what we do in the Indianapolis region. The new terminal has been vitally important to the airport’s ability to secure more direct flights to key markets (New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Paris, and Washington D.C.). In addition, the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) has been ranked the number one airport in the U.S. by passengers for five consecutive years.

IND serves 50 unique markets via approximately 145 daily flights and secured a direct flight to Paris that began in May 2018, providing connectivity to a major air gateway to Europe. The airport authority continues to be opportunistic in securing additional direct flights to key business destinations. The Indianapolis International Airport is located less than 15 minutes from downtown Indianapolis. This proximity makes traveling for business or leisure hassle free. 

Sustainability at IND


Indianapolis International Airport's solar farm is an environmental winner.

The IND solar farm is the largest solar power project in Indiana, and the largest solar power project at any airport in the world. The project continues to expand.