Indianapolis IND Airport Overview

Indianapolis International Airport IND serves the State f Indiana's Marion County and the metropolitan area of Indianapolis located in the central part of the State. It is one of the nation's newest airports, built for maximum convenience and safety.  ACI (Airports Council International) named IND  'Best Airport in North America' for service quality - five years in a row (among Airports within the same passenger count category).  Also,  2 years in a row, Conde Nast Travelers ranked it 'Best Airport in America', and considered it as being 'America's greenest airport'.
On August 5, 2015 Indianapolis Airport was inducted into the ACI Roll of Excellence (after winning 'Best Airport in North America for the fourth time in five years).
Indianapolis Airport is also home to the world's second-largest FedEx Express operation, and is known to offer some of the lowest airfares in the country.  Its  Midfield terminal complex won the prestigious LEED green building certification.

IND Airport  is located 16 miles from downtown Indianapolis and can be accessed from Interstate Highway 70, Exit 68; it is also just minutes from four other Interstate Highways, connecting to the City's I-465 Beltway, and from U.S. Hwys. 31, 40 & 52.

Alaska Airlines will start service at IND to Seattle in May 2017.

With an annual passenger count of over 7.5 million, and three runways, Indianapolis International Airport is served by major U.S. & Canadian airlines offering direct flights to all parts of the U.S. and Canada, with connections around the world.

Indianapolis International has one passenger terminal.

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