The Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority has approved a $350-an-hour contract with former Indianapolis airport executive John Clark to help with business development.
Legacy Travel Club needs to raise $50,000 to unlock commitments from angel investors.
Based on traditional yardsticks — lost bags, delayed flights, lousy service and bumpings from full planes — airlines are doing a better job, say private researchers who have analyzed federal data on airline performance.
Recently appointed airport board president Mike Wells said the parting of ways came after he and Clark met Monday afternoon. The move follows an IBJ report on $67,000 in travel expenses for airport executives in 2011, and Wells' plans to tighten oversight.
If the cost of aircraft fuel continues to approach $3.50 a gallon, 2012 fuel costs for the company's Frontier unit fuel will end up $40 million higher than the business plan.
Airport Authority OKs runway extension at Hancock County facility, fueling competition with Hamilton County's Executive Airport.
Frontier Airlines will cut daily departures from Milwaukee by 44 percent to drop unprofitable flights as Indianapolis-based parent Republic Airways Holdings Inc. prepares to sell or spin off the carrier.
A $120 million restructuring that included job cuts and cost reductions has returned Frontier Airlines to profit, allowing Republic to move ahead with the separation.
OHL Solutions Inc. will pay a $1 million fine for shirking its duty to screen for explosives cargo bound for passenger planes at Indianapolis International Airport, U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett announced Wednesday morning.
The new CEO, David Siegel, is a former CEO of US Airways Group Inc. and Avis Budget Group. He has been serving as Republic Airways' lead director.
On Dec. 21, the Federal Aviation Administration issued a final rule addressing fatigue among passenger-airline pilots.
AAR Corp. needs up to 200 more people at its Indianapolis aircraft maintenance center and plans a job fair on Saturday.
David A. Chaisson is one of two men charged in separate schemes to defraud Ryan International Airlines. Prosecutors say the schemes involved kickback payments in exchange for business.
The Indianapolis-based company said it spent nearly $227 million on aircraft fuel in the quarter, compared with $161 million in the same period a year earlier.
Rolls-Royce’s Indianapolis plant assembles few of its workhorse T56 aircraft engines in whole, but cranking out spare parts for overhauls is a large business. The last contract modification, issued by the U.S. Air Force in 2007, is worth up to $789 million and is still active.