Sponsors will pay for a controversial video-art installment that is replacing a prominent artwork on the bulkhead above the main escalator at Indianapolis International Airport.
Restaurants, a medical clinic and even a dog kennel are ripe for consideration on an 11-acre airport site slated for a gas station. Airport officials have asked for proposals from developers by Oct. 25.
Local artist James Wille Faust is crying foul over a decision to replace his $150,000 work with advertising at the Indianapolis International Airport.
For as little as $9, a traveler can wrap a bag in blue-colored, tamper-proof recyclable plastic film.
Since opening in late 2008, the midfield terminal and related structures at Indianapolis International Airport have required more than $2.5 million in fixes—not counting last month’s collapse of a canopy above the parking garage.
Growing cargo and logistics business overshadows such titillating concepts as solar farm, recreation campus.
A consultant’s long-term land-use plan approved Friday morning by the Indianapolis Airport Authority recommends expected uses such as cargo and logistics, and offbeat uses such as construction of a solar-energy farm.
Much-hyped study won’t portend immediate investment, but will help steer development on and around airport through 2040.
A new agreement brings favorable outcome to negotiations that bottomed in 2007, when passenger carriers complained of footing bill for FedEx Corp.’s airport expansion.
Too few of the city's revitalization projects are connected by attractive sidewalks, streets, gardens and plazas.
Such “value added” services are a key part of the airport’s strategy, said John Clark, CEO of the Indianapolis
The Indianapolis Airport Authority is poised to pull out all the stops to maximize revenue in the face of declining travel.
Possibilities include hosting a farmer’s market atop the airport parking garage and opening secure areas to shoppers who aren’t
The new work was delayed by 16 months because the artist’s New Orleans home and studio were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority's plan for the next "30 to 50 years" starts with a team tapped Friday morning.
Five firms will study ways to use airport property, including the former passenger terminal.
Idea for old terminal calls for more deliberative planning of development in and around Indianapolis International to make
airport more of an economic development hub.
Indianapolis’ new $1.1 billion airport terminal faces at least two nagging functionality issues: inadequate protection during
inclement weather at the second-level passenger drop-off platform and sunlight that floods the ticket lobby, making computer
screens hard to read.
Indianapolis has fared better than some airports in terms of declining revenue, with passengers down
about 10 percent for much of the year and revenue off 16 percent at one point.