According to flightstats.com, Indianapolis International Airport had 21 flights scheduled to depart between 5:20 a.m. and noon Monday. Most were delayed, some for more than four hours.
The Indianapolis Colts organization is getting a break on rent for its 20,000-square-foot hanger at Indianapolis International Airport after doing some rehab work.
Fishers officials have drafted a plan to market 211 acres at Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport for commercial development. The Indianapolis Airport Authority gave its blessing Friday morning.
Still trying to raise money, Carmel-based Legacy Travel Club Inc. recently hit a milestone with a proof-of-concept day trip to Michigan.
As it continues to work through its Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. is seeking to get out of leases for 29 of its airplanes and two facilities.
Any day, Stephen H. Collicott is scheduled to fly an experiment on New Shepard, the suborbital system developed by Blue Origin, the rocket company founded by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
A surge of people retiring from the fields has created a talent shortage, and recruiting and training enough workers remain vexing challenges for companies, according to executives at an IBJ event Thursday.
The company and university will develop and operate research centers in the areas of advanced thermal management systems and compressor systems.
Republic says the professional-services firms it has tapped should be paid well because they're helping the Indianapolis company work through a "unique set of circumstances" that has never been faced in an airline bankruptcy.
Amid the restructuring of flying contracts, Republic Airways executives clearly signaled that Chapter 11 (dubbed Plan B inside the company) remains an option if more lucrative deals with the Big Three airlines (Plan A) can’t be reached.
Finishing the proposed extension of Interstate 69 from Bloomington to Indianapolis was one of about 75 projects the industry sector pushed for in a strategic plan released Wednesday.
Indiana State University was among the first universities in the country to offer a minor in unmanned systems, and even launched a drone research center. Now, as federal regulators loosen drone restrictions, the school is adding an unmanned-systems major.
The $3.85 million project would allow the regional carrier to train as many as 5,000 employees per year.
A new company that allows travelers to book flights on corporate jets will debut commercial service with flights from Indianapolis next month.
Even with the proposed safety restrictions, drones can transform urban infrastructure management, farming, public safety, coastal security, military training, search and rescue, disaster response and more.