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Description:Work has begun on the much-anticipated demolition of the old terminal at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND). The terminal complex includes four separate concourses and other structures built between 1954 and 1987, each requiring varying preparatory work prior to actual demolition. The old terminal has been closed since 2008 when IND’s Midfield Terminal opened.The project will a create development-ready site offering prime air- and land-side access.For more information, see attached.
Description:The Indianapolis Airport Authority’s (IAA) continuous efforts to enhance the customer experience at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) – recently recognized as 2012’s best airport in North America by Airports Council International – are extending to its parking program, including the connected Terminal GarageAs part of the enhancement for customers, the IAA will also continue offering a flat $9-per-day rate not subject to any additional taxes or fees for a simplified and consolidated surface lot parking product. With customer surveys indicating that many passengers felt there was insufficient product differentiation between the Economy and Long-term lots, starting today, the Long-term Lot will be closed to new vehicles as it is transitioned to non-customer parking and overflow situations on the rare occasions when the Economy Lot is full. For more information, see attached.
Description:The next series of art to be featured in the Indianapolis Airport Authority’s (IAA) dynamic temporary art program is arriving this week and will be on display in the main ticketing hall and Concourse B at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND). IND’s temporary art program introduces innovative new works to the airport space while complementing the IAA’s robust permanent art collection.The exhibits, on display through late summer, showcase artistic achievement founded more on extensive experience than formal art training. Media include photography,
Description:The “IND AeroVision Committee,” which was formed under a certain Interlocal Cooperation Agreement, dated January 30, 2013, by and between certain local government entities (which are identified below), will meet on April 24, 2013, at 9 a.m., in the main terminal building at the Indianapolis International Airport, 7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46241. The meeting will take place in the airport’s boardroom (Room 11T.413).The local government entities participating in the IND AeroVision Committee are:1. City of Indianapolis;2. Decatur Township;3. Town of Avon;4. Hendricks County;5. Indianapolis Airport Authority;6. Morgan County;7. Town of Mooresville;8. Wayne Township;9. Town of Plainfield; and10.Indianapolis City-County Council###
Description:The IND AeroVision Committee’s Sub-committee on branding will meet on April 23, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. at the Education Center of the M.S. D. of Wayne Township, located at 1220 South High School Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46241-3199. The meeting will be held in Conference Room 103
Description:The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) announced today that it has selected a Joint Venture group between two locally owned companies, Johnson Melloh Solutions and Telamon, to develop a second 10-megawatt Solar Farm on Indianapolis International Airport (IND) property. Bulldog Energy Airport, LLC and Indy Airport Solar Project II, LLC will co-develop the solar farm located directly west of the phase 1 solar farm currently under construction. When the projects are completed, IND will be the site of the largest airport-based solar farm developments in the country. For more information, see attached.
Description:The IND AeroVision Committee’s Projects Subcommittee will meet on April 12, 2013 at 10 a.m. at the Avon Town Hall located at 6570 East Highway 36 in Avon, Indiana, 46123.
Description:The Indianapolis Airport Authority board’s Finance and Audit Committee will meet on Friday, April 5, 2013 at 7:30 a.m. for an Executive Session as provided per Indiana Code 5-14-1.5-6.1 (b) (7) for discussion of records classified as confidential by state or federal statute. Immediately following the Executive Session, the committee will meet for an open meeting session. The meetings will take place in the main terminal building at the Indianapolis Airport, 7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46241 in the North Administrative Conference Room (Room 09T.422)
Description:For the fifth consecutive year, the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) has been recognized as an elite airport in the economically vital area of air cargo. Air Cargo World, a leading publication in the airfreight industry, presents the annual awards based on direct input from airlines. The airlines rate airport cargo services in the following four areas: performance, value, facilities, and regulatory operations.For more information, see attached.
Description:The Indianapolis Airport Authority congratulates General Counsel Joseph R. Heerens on his unanimous reelection as chairman of the State Employees’ Appeals Commission. Heerens was appointed to the bi-partisan group by then-Governor Mitch Daniels in July, 2011, and was elected to his first term as chair in February, 2012 by his fellow SEAC commissioners.For more information, see attached.
Description:The Indianapolis Airport Police Department is participating in an on-site assessment as part of a voluntary program to achieve accreditation by verifying that the Airport Police Department meets professional standards.For more information, see attached.
Description:John Dillinger’s 1933 Essex Terraplane is hitting the road yet again. The infamous car whose permanent home is at the Crime Museum in Washington, D.C. is departing the Richmond Convention Center after a 24-month stay and is now moving to the Indianapolis International Airport (IND).For more information, see attached.
Description:Airport Revenue News (ARN) has again included the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) among the elite ranks of airports operating world-class concessions programs. For 2012, IND earned a first-place ranking in ARN’s prestigious annual awards program in the following categories:• Best Overall Concessions Program (third consecutive year)• Best Concessions Program Design (third consecutive year• Best Concessions Management Team (second consecutive year)• Best Customer Service (also won in 2011For more information, see attached.
Description:The Indianapolis International Airport (IND) has been recognized as 2012’s best airport in North America by Airports Council International (ACI) as part of the prestigious annual Airport Service Quality (ASQ) awards for performance excellence.IND was also named best airport in North America for 2010. It has been ranked in the top three airports in North America since that time.
Description:Spring Break travelers can get a head start on their vacations by taking advantage of the closest parking to the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) terminal and save money, thanks to IND’s latest parking offer.From March 8 through April 8 of this year, garage stays of seven days or longer will be priced at only $14 per day. No coupons are necessary; the reduced pricing will be calculated automatically upon payment. Customers must enter garage between March 8 and April 8 to receive discounted pricing.
Description:Passengers at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) will be treated to a live performance by a quintet from the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra on Monday, March 11, which marks the start of the busy Spring Break travel period for several area schools.The quintet will be comprised of violinists Sherry Hong and Terry Langdon; Assistant Principal Viola Beverly Scott; Acting Principal Cello Perry Scott; and Principal Contrabass Ju-fang Liu. The group will perform Antonín Dvorák’s String Quintet in G Major and a selection of Chinese folksongs from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Description:The Indianapolis Airport Authority Board’s Human Resources Committee will meet on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 7:30 a.m. in the main terminal building at the Indianapolis Airport, 7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46241 in the Board Room (Room 11T.413) at 7:30 a.m.).
Description:The municipal government leadership representing communities near the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) have signed the IND AeroVision Interlocal Cooperation Agreement designed to promote mutually beneficial project planning and development among participating entities.The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) joins the City of Indianapolis; the City-County Council of Indianapolis and Marion County; the towns of Plainfield, Avon, and Mooresville; the townships of Decatur and Wayne; and the counties of Hendricks and Morgan as a signatory to the agreement.
Description:The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) announced a series of new art installations and exhibits that will introduce innovative new works to the airport’s robust art program by artists with a variety of ties to the local community.The works, which include video animation, photography, videography, hand-blown glass, metal sculpture, paintings, beadwork, and more, will cover a program running from January 2013 through the end of the year.For more information, see attached.