Private-jet buyers are coming out of hiding, encouraged by expanding businesses and lower corporate tax rates.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Wednesday the grants are among $677 million in airport infrastructure grants the Federal Aviation Administration is awarding nationally.
Republic Airways Holdings Inc. plans to open an aviation school at Indianapolis International Airport that it hopes will help it address an ongoing pilot-shortage problem.
Boeing Co.-backed startup Zunum Aero plans to deliver its first hybrid-electric plane in 2022 to JetSuite Inc., setting the stage for a new era in regional flying.
A U.S. Army opened the depot in early 1918 to capitalize on the area’s strategic position near military airfields, railroads and industry.
Almost 100 million U.S.-operated airline flights, carrying several billion people, had taken off and landed safely in this country over a nine-year span since the last time a passenger died in an accident.
U.S. airlines are getting better at many things except getting you to your destination on time.
The new Global Entry kiosks re intended to save low-risk, pre-approved international travelers valuable time. The airport’s inaugural, nonstop trans-Atlantic flight to Paris begins in May.
American Airlines and Southwest Airlines are expecting their average prices to move higher the rest of this year, marking a shift from fare wars that have created turbulence for airline stock prices.
The airport hadn't previously explored the option because of its proximity to larger airports in Indianapolis and Chicago.
The Lafayette factory produces a brand-new fuel-efficient engine that is locked in a fierce battle for customers with a new engine produced by Connecticut-based Pratt & Whitney.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. said the Purdue-based partnership will create the nation's most advanced turbine lab for compact gas engines.
Airlines that establish new international flights from Indianapolis now can receive up to $400,000 in marketing and promotional support, up from $50,000.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Sunday he’s considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights to and from the United States.
With conditions ripe for attracting an airline offering service to a destination such as London or Paris, officials with the Indianapolis International Airport have hired the Indy Chamber to help lay the groundwork.
Daily nonstop service between the two cities begins Thursday. Optimism over demand and Indianapolis’ tech sector already have persuaded Alaska Airlines to add service to San Francisco.
The approval clears the way for the Indianapolis-based airline to emerge from Chapter 11 as a privately held company by the end of the month.