INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (IND) INFORMATION
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Facts and History about Indianapolis International Airport
Indianapolis International Airport (IATA: IND, ICAO: KIND, FAA LID: IND) is an international airport located 11 kilometers southwest of downtown Indianapolis in Marion County, Indiana.
It is owned and operated by the Indianapolis Airport Authority. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) categorized it as a medium hub primary commercial service facility.
The airport occupies 7,700 acres in Wayne andDecatur townships in Marion County and Guilford Township in Hendricks County. In terms of cargo traffic, it is the second-largest FedEx Express hub in the world after the FedEx Hub in Memphis, Tennessee.
Arrivals, Departures and Airlines at Indianapolis International Airport
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History of Indianapolis International Airport
Indianapolis International Airport (IND) has been making history since 1928 when its current site was selected by city leaders.
Officially opening in 1931 as Indianapolis Municipal Airport, the facility has grown from a very small terminal on 400 acres to today’s size, which includes a new, world-class terminal.
In 2008, the board named the new main passenger facility the Col. H. Weir Cook Terminal and the new entrance road Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive.
Today, many companies offering car rental, shuttle bus, hotel courtesy vehicles, and other transportation services such as IndyGo bus service can be obtained at the Ground Transportation Center on the first floor of the facility.
All pick-ups and drop-offs of vehicles also occur at the Ground Transportation Center. Additionally, the airport has a five-floor parking garage for passengers traveling with their vehicles.
In 2020, more than 4 million passengers passed through this airport. Its busiest domestic routes for the same period include Atlanta, Georgia, Denver, Colorado, Orlando, Florida, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas, Chicago–O'Hare, Illinois, Charlotte, North Carolina, Vegas, Nevada, Phoenix–Sky Harbor, Arizona, Tampa, Florida, and Fort Myers, Florida.
Indianapolis International Airport sits 243 meters above sea level at 39°43′02″N and 86°17′40″W. It has two parallel runways (5L/23R and 5R/23L) and a crosswind runway (14/32).
Transfer Services at Indianapolis International Airport
There are several efficient ground transportation services to/from Indianapolis International Airport, such as rental cars, taxis, rideshares, shuttles, and public buses.
The train station is located 13 miles from the airport.
Passengers may plan their transfer options to avoid delays while in transit. They should also transact only at the airport counters for their safety.
Rental Car Services at Indianapolis International Airport
There are a number car rental companies at Indianapolis International Airport in the Ground Transportation Center on the first floor of the Terminal Garage.
When ready to return your vehicle to the airport car rental, drive to the airport and follow the “Rental Car Return” signs. Remove all personal items before turning over the rented vehicle.
Passengers may contact the car rental companies for more information.
Ride Shares at Indianapolis International Airport
Several rideshares companies provide ground transportation services to/from the airport.
Rideshares pick up their passengers at the Ground Transportation Center on the first floor of the Terminal Garage. The drop-off point is the main terminal building.
Passengers can reserve rideshare by downloading the company’s app on their smartphone and coordinating directly with their driver. They can also request a ride a few days before their flight to avoid the inconvenience.
Passengers may also ask the driver to show proof of identity and booking records for their safety.
Taxis at Indianapolis International Airport
Taxis are available at this facility 24/7. Passengers should get to the taxi waiting area on the lower-level terminal building outside the Baggage Claim area.
A one-way fare from the airport to downtown Indianapolis costs approximately $40.00. More information about taxis at Indianapolis Airport.
Trains at Indianapolis International Airport
The Indianapolis Union Station is approximately 13 miles away from the airport near downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.
This train station is served by Amtrak's Cardinal line, passing through Indianapolis three times weekly.
It has routes to New York Penn Station and Chicago Union Station, with major intermediate stops at Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Charlottesville, Charleston, Huntington, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis.
The most convenient way for passengers to get to the Amtrak train station in Indianapolis is by taxi. A one-way trip from the airport costs approximately $35.00. More information about train services near Indianapolis Airport.
Buses at Indianapolis International Airport
IndyGo offers daily bus routes to Marion County townships, major Indianapolis attractions, shopping malls, hospitals, downtown areas, and other locations.
Route No. 8 bus picks up and drops passengers at the Ground Transportation Center at the terminal grounds daily.
A one-way fare from the airport to downtown Indianapolis is $1.75. Day passes are also available for trips throughout the city for $4.00. More information about bus services at Indianapolis Airport.
Hotel Shuttles at Indianapolis International Airport
Many hotels in Indianapolis provide shuttle services. Passengers may confirm with their hotel if the service is available at the facility. Need to book a hotel? See a selection of hotels near Indianapolis Airport.
Shuttles pick up and drop passengers at the Ground Transportation Center outside the airport terminal building.
Parking at Indianapolis International Airport
Indianapolis International Airport has several parking options for customers at the airport parking grounds 24/7. These services include long-term, short-term, valet, cell lot waiting, and economy parking.
The five-floor parking garage features a light-filled center atrium complete with a piece of suspended artwork and moving sidewalks to speed pedestrians into and out of the terminal building itself.
Cash and Credit Card payments are accepted in this facility. More details about parking at Indianapolis Airport.
Other Services at Indianapolis International Airport
Wi-Fi at Indianapolis International Airport
The airport provides free internet access. Passengers can connect to “IND PUBLIC WI-FI.”
ATMs at Indianapolis International Airport
For your convenience, ATMs are located throughout the airport.
Currency Exchange Indianapolis International Airport
At IND Airport, Travelex Currency Exchange Service is available in the Baggage Claim area. It also carries phone cards, handles travel insurance and prepaid travel money cards in Euros & Pounds, as well as money transfers, and has a foreign currency ATM.
Nursing Stations at Indianapolis International Airport
Mothers who need to breastfeed their children or express milk while traveling or working can utilize one of three private rooms on the main level of the terminal at IND which are designated for that purpose.
A call button on the outside of the room will give you access to the amenity. The pre-security room is smaller and is designed for one family’s use, while the post-security rooms are larger and have partitions for added privacy in the shared space.
Travelers are advised to be aware of TSA policies regarding breast milk.
Restrooms at Indianapolis International Airport
Restrooms are conveniently located in all concourses and terminal buildings.
Food and Beverages at Indianapolis International Airport
Shopping at Indianapolis International Airport
Indianapolis International Airport provides a selection of shopping stores, with newsagents, gift shops located on both levels of the main concourses of the terminal. There are retail outlets, a bookshop, a leather goods shop, a sunglasses shop, and confectionery as well.
Smoking at Indianapolis International Airport
Smoking is permitted in selected areas outside of the airport terminal building. Smoking inside the building is not allowed. Please follow smoking regulations.
Lost and Found Section at Indianapolis International Airport
For items lost on the aircraft or at the gate area, please contact the respective airlines lost and found.
If you lost an item in any other area at the airport, including the security checkpoints and shuttle buses, please contact the Lost and Found Office at +1 317-487-7243 or complete the Lost and Found process at the Guest Services Desk.
When leaving your details, please include your full name, contact details, phone, email including a description of the lost item(s).
The airport will keep all lost and found items for a considerable time. After said period, the property will be deemed abandoned.
Help Desk at Indianapolis International Airport
The Guest Services desk is located in Civic Plaza, just beyond Ticketing Hall. Passengers can also reach out to Guest Services at 317-487-7243.
Ticketing Counters at Indianapolis International Airport
Passengers will follow the signs to "Ticketing/Check-In" leading to airline ticketing counters.
Lounges at Indianapolis International Airport
Delta Air Line Sky Club: Concourse A, after security. The lounge has snacks, food, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines, drinks, and telephones, among others.
USO Lounge: The USO Lounge is a free-of-charge lounge for active members of the US military and their families. Services at the facility include snacks, Wi-Fi, TV, among others. See and book airport lounges at Indianapolis Airport.
Pet Relief at Indianapolis International Airport
There is only one Indianapolis Airport pet relief area. This space is located outside and before security, just outside of the terminal on the grassy area of the North & South Gardens.
Baggage Claim at Indianapolis International Airport
Please retrieve your luggage at the Baggage Claim area on the ground level of the terminal.
In the case of missing items, contact your respective airline or their airline ticket counter. Passengers can also inquire from the Help Desk for further assistance.
Airport Lost and Found Phone: +1 317-487-7243.
When leaving a message, include your name, email, contact phone number, and a brief description of the lost item(s).
Disabled Passengers at Indianapolis International Airport
The airport is fully accessible to disabled passengers and wheelchairs may be taken to the gate and aircraft door. Please don’t hesitate to ask for assistance at the facility.
Things to do in Indianapolis
There are a number of activities to suit all ages and interests in the region - see a selection of tourist activities in Indianapolis, Indiana in the United States of America.
Indianapolis International Airport Contact
Address: 7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46241, USA
General Phone: +1 317 487 9594
General Email: https://www.ind.com/contact
Lost and Found Email: https://www.ind.com/contact
Lost and Found Phone: +1 317 487 7243
Official Website: https://www.ind.com/
Drive on: Right
Plug: A, B
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Wi-Fi at Airport: Passengers can connect to “IND PUBLIC WI-FI” for free. Guests can also find charging stations throughout the terminal, as well as under-the-seat charging ports.
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