Airlines that establish new international flights from Indianapolis now can receive up to $400,000 in marketing and promotional support, up from $50,000.
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.
In two acquisitions totaling nearly $9 million, one firm plans to expand an existing business park while the other has a big logistics facility in mind.
Indianapolis International Airport wants to bring in more local vendors as contracts with some current concessionaires expire, and add other features to better reflect the character of the city.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is pushing a plan aimed at attracting new nonstop and direct flights to and from the Indianapolis International Airport.
The low-cost airline in May will launch service to Austin and to Destin-Fort Walton Beach in Florida, with introductory fares to both destinations starting at about $60.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority said more news about nonstop flights to the western United States “could be just days away.”
Brian Tuohy will be the authority’s new independent board counsel, replacing Rex Joseph, who served in the role for 29 years.
Indianapolis International Airport could receive more planes diverted from other airports this winter due to a change in how runway conditions are assessed. Unfortunately, officials aren’t yet sure what to expect.
An Indianapolis Airport Authority official told board members Friday that the airport is working to land nonstop London service, but its efforts could take years to see results.
The Indianapolis International Airport plans to purchase six electric shuttle buses, which would constitute the largest electric fleet at any U.S. airport.
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.
At times of peak leisure travel, the airport’s economy parking lot fills up entirely, an airport official said. Throughout the year, the airport garage can get so full that only roof-level parking is available.
A year after launching in Indianapolis, the niche airline that focuses on corporate customers has shelved local service to all but one of its nonstop destinations.
Airport authority board Chairman Kelly Flynn sent an email Tuesday evening to other board members, telling them “we need to take a step back” on Athlete’s Business Network’s plan.
Allegiant will start offering the year-round flights between Indianapolis International Airport and Jacksonville International Airport on June 2.
A vote on a proposal to build a $500 million medical complex at Indianapolis International Airport has been delayed so the board can take another look at the plan. The delay was announced after an IBJ story raised questions about the track record of the executive behind the plan.
The top executive at an Indianapolis start-up that wants to build a $500 million medical complex at the Indianapolis International Airport launched a 200-location Dunkin' Donuts business that went bankrupt in 2009 and he filed for personal bankruptcy in 2013.