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Description:The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) announces that Kelly J. Flynn has been elected president of the IAA board. Flynn, first appointed to the board by the Mayor of Indianapolis in 2004, replaces Michael W. Wells, whose term as president ended in December. Wells will remain an IAA board member.
Description:Help is on the way to Washington D.C. from the Indianapolis International Airport (IND). Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) staff hit the road today, heading to the nation’s capital in a semi-truck towing the airport’s massive “Snowmelter.” The Department of Homeland Security asked the IAA for assistance in removing nearly two feet of snow dumped by Winter Storm Jonas in Washington D.C. It’s all part of the Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC), a mutual aid agreement between states to share resources in the event of disasters. The Snowmelter, a large piece of winter equipment that has been used on IND runways and taxiways, can melt 60 tons of snow an hour.
Description:We are breaking new ground for passengers, offering them a new, “one of a KIND” experience with their first non-stop flight out of the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) to a popular leisure destination. The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) and Allegiant (NASDAQ: ALGT) today announced new, nonstop jet service between Indianapolis and Savannah, Georgia, via the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV). To celebrate, Allegiant is offering one-way fares to Savannah/Hilton Head for as low as $39.*
Description:The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) is pleased to announce that Frontier Airlines is adding new nonstop service from Indianapolis International Airport (IND) to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). The first of three weekly flights will depart April 14, 2016 and will be available for purchase beginning today.
Description:April 14, 2015Facebook Comment PolicyIndianapolis Airport Official Facebook PageThe purpose of the Indianapolis Airport Facebook page is to share information about what is happening at the Indianapolis Airport. Comments are allowed on this page. Specific guidelines are in place to promote a more productive dialogue and the appropriate use of this page.Comments posted on the Indianapolis Airport Facebook page will be removed if they:• Are unrelated to the subject matter of the original post;• Are vulgar or offensive;• Contain personal attacks of any kind;• Contain offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group;• Are spam or include links to other sites; or• Pose a public safety issue (e.g. if posted comments include personal information or refer to open police investigations, etc.)While comments are subject to immediate removal for the above reasons, the poster may receive a response via Facebook direct message when a more thorough response is warranted. Please note that the comments expressed on this site may not reflect the opinions and official position of the Indianapolis Airport, its appointees, or employees.