The agreement, which still must be ratified by Teamsters Local 135 members, covers about 2,100 Republic flight attendants.
Lawmakers abandoned a plan backed by airlines to privatize the nation's air-traffic-control system.
An ongoing effort to attract nonstop flights between Indianapolis and places like Asia, Mexico and Europe is in line for a big boost.
Airport officials awarded a contract to an engineering company that will prepare retail spaces for new tenants as existing operators depart. Forty of the 53 retail concessionaires at the airport will see their leases expire Dec. 31.
Thirteen U.S. carriers collected $4.6 billion in bag fees alone last year, according to U.S. Transportation Department statistics.
Indianapolis International Airport has been on a roll in recent years, seeing strong increases in passenger traffic and direct flights. But now jet-fuel prices are on the way up, threatening to slow the airport’s progress.
The first group of future pilots at the Leadership in Flight Training, or LIFT, Academy will begin training Tuesday at the school at Indianapolis International Airport.
OneJet, a struggling regional business airline that got its start in 2015 by offering weekday nonstop flights from Indianapolis to Milwaukee, has suspended operations until at least October after a series of setbacks.
Marion County GOP Chairman Jim Merritt announced that a Republican caucus has been set to replace Jeff Miller, who resigned earlier this month after pleading guilty to felony battery charges.
President Donald Trump wants Congress to allocate $8 billion over the next five years for space security systems as it establishes a U.S. Space Force as the sixth branch of the military, Vice President Mike Pence said.
Congress is considering a sweeping tally of proposals that could affect travelers, from dictating seat size and legroom to rolling back rules that require airlines to advertise the full price of a ticket.
The airline cites low customer demand for the decision to eliminate nonstop flights to Newark, New Jersey, and Boston.
Fishers-based audio marketing technology company Vibenomics Inc. on Tuesday announced it has signed deals with the Indianapolis Airport Authority and Downtown Indy Inc. to provide custom audio packages.
The Seattle-based airline said demand was not as high as it had expected for the route, which it started less than a year ago.
A Detroit-based hotel operator alleges the authority and the tech company colluded to wrongfully terminate its lease at a 257-room hotel at the airport to make room for Infosys’ high-profile innovation hub development.
The Indianapolis-based parent company of Republic Airline also secured purchase rights for an additional 100 aircraft.
The appointment increases the overall number of members on IAA board from 10 to 11, a change that was mandated by state lawmakers this year.
Private-jet buyers are coming out of hiding, encouraged by expanding businesses and lower corporate tax rates.