Private Flights to Indianapolis, IN

Welcome to your dedicated partner for private charter flights and luxury helicopter lifts in Indianapolis, Indiana and surrounding areas of the Mid-west.

Private Jet Charter Indianapolis

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Hiring a private jet is the most comfortable, convenient and luxurious way to get there, and our air charter company offers the highest standards in executive and leisure travel.

Our private aviation team offers on-demand private air charter service to/from Indianapolis, and with access to thousands of private aircraft around the world, we’re confident we can arrange the right aircraft for your trip, whether flying internationally or domestically.

Indianapolis Air Charter Advisors 

Air Charter IndianapolisOur private air charter company is Wyvern-certified, and each of the aircraft we use for private flights to Indianapolis is operated by FAR Part 135 (or foreign equivalent) air carriers. Our team has worked with a distinguished list of clients ranging from royal family members, heads of state and C-level executives from major corporations to celebrities, personal assistants and leisure travelers.

Enjoy the peace of mind you get from working with a charter broker you can trust, and let our team be your local and global aviation solution for luxury air travel, aircraft acquisition and private jet management.

Our Indianapolis Air Charter Advisors are available by phone and email 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With fast response times and consistently above-par service, we go the extra nautical mile to ensure our customer’s satisfaction.

Our team can arrange everything from private multi-leg flights with in-flight catering to luxury ground transportation and private helicopter lifts. Request a quote or call us to arrange your private jet charter flight to Indianapolis, Indiana.


Private Jet Airports in Indianapolis, IN

Fly private and arrive at one of the following private jet airports in Indianapolis, IN. The city’s main hub is Indianapolis International, and connecting charter flights can be arranged from IND. Post-Air offers the most central arrival option and is suitable for piston & turboprop aircraft.

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Private jets tend to prefer either Eagles Creek Airpark, or the city’s executive, metropolitan, or regional airports. No matter which one you choose, each features a private FBO with upscale travel services.

Your choice may be influenced by the available aircraft nearby, including potential empty legs that need to return to their home field. Operating costs may vary, and are typically higher at popular commercial hubs. Review all of the options with your broker.

(KIND, IND) Indianapolis International Airport – Indianapolis, IN

Located just 7 miles southwest of downtown, Indianapolis International Airport (IATA: IND, ICAO: KIND, FAA LID: IND) is a public airport owned and operated by the IAA.

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It’s the largest airport in Indiana, encompassing over 7,500 acres in the Wayne and Decatur townships of Marion County. It’s proximity to interstate highways (I-65, I-69, I-70 and I-74, all of which connect to the I-465 beltway) make it easy to get where you’re going after your flight lands.

It was originally built in 1931, then known as Indianapolis Municipal; just over a decade later, it was renamed in honor of Army Air Forces Col. Harvey Weir-Cook, a local hero from from Wilkinson, Indiana; it received its current name in 1976, and recently opened its Colonel H. Weir Cook Terminal, a brand-new, 1,200,000-square-foot passenger terminal between the two parallel runways.

Indianapolis International features three runways: two parallel concrete runways, both measuring well over 10,000 feet, and a single 7,278-foot asphalt runway for smaller jets. The two concrete runways are able to service any size aircraft — in fact, it’s home to the second largest hub for FedEx since 1988, having expanded its facility three times since.

(KEYE, EYE) Eagle Creek Airpark – Indianapolis, IN

  • Runway: 4,200 feet
  • FBO: Eagle Creek Aviation Services
  • Customs: N/A

Rent a private plane and fly to Eagle Creek Airpark (ICAO: KEYE, FAA LID: EYE), a public use airport located just west of the central business district of Indianapolis.

Eagle Creek is owned by the IAA, and it serves as a reliever for IND, the city’s main international hub. (EYE) Eagle Creek offers a 4,200-foot asphalt runway to accept turbo-props such as a King Air 90, Cessna Caravan or Pilatus PC-12.

The airport’s fixed-base operator (FBO) is an authorized service center for Cessna Citation, Cirrus Design and Twin Commander aircraft. Eagle Creek’s FBO is also one of eight service centers in the United States for the Embraer Phenom.

(KTYQ, TYQ) Indianapolis Executive Airport – Zionsville, IN

Book an executive flight to Indianapolis Executive, located just 5 miles north of Zionsville in Boone County.

Arriving at Indianapolis Executive Airport (ICAO: KTYQ, FAA LID: TYQ) places you just 14 miles northwest of downtown, and the executive airport’s 5,501 foot concrete runway is ideal for turbo-props, very light jets and light jets, including a Cessna Citation CJ1, CJ2 and CJ3, Embraer Phenom 100, or a Beechjet 400.

(KMQJ, MQJ) Indianapolis Regional/Mount Comfort Airport – Indianapolis, IN

Rent a mid-size business jet to Indianapolis Regional Airport (ICAO: KMQJ, FAA LID: MQJ), located 12 nautical miles (22 km) east of Indy’s central business district in Hancock County, Indiana.

Indianapolis Regional is owned by the IAA, and home to the Indianapolis Air Show; it was formerly known as Mount Comfort until March 2011. It’s a convenient location for executive and luxury flights, dropping off passengers just northwest of Greenfield, and southwest of McCordsville.

Indianapolis Regional is assigned the FAA identifier of MQJ, but does not have an IATA designation, who uses MQJ for Moma Airport in Khonuu, Russia. Facilities include an Indy Jet FBO, and two runways to accommodate private air travel; Runway 7/25 with a 6,005′ x 100′ asphalt surface, while Runway 16/34 with a 3,901′ x 75′ concrete surface.

(KHFY, HFY) Indy South Greenwood Airport – Greenwood, IN

Hire a Piper piston, Cessna turbo-prop, or a variety of light jets to Indy South Greenwood Airport (ICAO: KHFY, FAA LID: HFY), previously known as Greenwood Municipal. Indy South Greenwood is located in the city of Greenwood, located 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Indy in Johnson County, Indiana.

Since its inauguration in September 1947, Greenwood Municipal has primarily served the general aviation community, with numerous on-field; Greenwood operates an FBO. There’s a single runway (1/19) with an asphalt surface measuring 5,100 feet x 75 feet, and it features approved GPS and VOR-A approaches.

(7L8) Post-Air Airport – Indianapolis, IN

  • Runway: 3,750 feet
Additional Airports

(KGEZ, GEZ) Shelbyville Municipal – Shelbyville, IN
Runway: 5,000 feet | FBO: Shelbyville Avaition

(KUWL, UWL) New Castle-Henry County Municipal Airport – New Castle, IN
Runway: 4,000 feet | FBO: Sky Castle Aviation

(KCFJ, CFJ) Crawfordsville Municipal Airport – Crawfordsville, IN
Runway: 5,505 feet | FBO: Crawfordsville

(KCEV, CEV) Mettel Field – Connersville, IN
Runway: 6,503 feet | FBO: City of Connersville

(KAID, AID) Darlington Field/Anderson Municipal – Anderson, IN
Runway: 5,400 feet

(KBAK, BAK) Columbus Municipal – Columbus, IN
Runway: 6,400 feet | FBO: Jeff Air

(KBMG, BMG) Monroe County Airport – Monroe, IN
Runway: 6,500 feet | FBO: BMG Aviation – Cook Aviation

(KGPC, GPC) Putnam County Regional– Greencastle, IN
Runway: 5,002 feet

(5I4) Sheridan Airport – Sheridan, IN
Runway: 3,760 feet | FBO: Sheridan Airport

(2R2) Hendricks County-Gordon Graham Field – Danville, IN
Runway: 4,400 feet

(6I4) Boone County Airport – Lebanon, IN
Runway: 3,600 feet


Visit Indianapolis, IN | Private Jet Travel Guide

Destinations > United States > Indiana

Visit the city of Indianapolis using our private air charter service. The capital of Indiana and the seat of Marion County, Indianapolis is located in the Midwest near White River and Fall Creek. It’s within a day’s drive of 70 percent of the nation’s population, giving it the nickname “Crossroads of America”.

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The city was originally founded in 1821 to act as the new home of the state’s government. City founders had big plans to turn it into the “Great Inland Port”, however, they failed to take into account that the White River is impossible to navigate throughout most of the year; outside of the spring, the river becomes a series of sandbars and small islands. Although it never came to fruition, the city’s port-desire left it with a beautiful canal district.

After growing beyond the Mile Square, the completion of the National Road and advent of the railroad solidified its position as a major manufacturing and transportation hub. Today, its population of nearly a million permanent residents is often skewed by the thousands of visitors it receives every year.

Indianapolis is currently the 14th most populated city in the nation, and the second most populous Midwestern city behind only Chicago. The city is warm during the summer months, with average highs in the mid-80s through August, and it experiences a typical mid-western winter, with average highs of 34 degrees.

Attractions & Activities

Book a private charter flight to Indianapolis and experience its current cultural renaissance for yourself. Easily described as a big city with a small town feel, this previously demure and benign region is catching up to the other major cities of similar size.

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While it can’t compete with the mountainous beauty of Denver or the rugged and grungy appeal of Portland, Indy has taken its role as a family-friendly city and ran with it. Young people are moving in and bringing the culture of the more eccentric cities in small doses.

Charter a private jet to Indianapolis for a business trip, or for some good, clean, family-friendly fun. Private flyers in Indy should know that the city has several districts, each offering their own spin on the city. Most locals and visitors, however, choose to spend most of their time downtown. From fine-dining, craft beer bars, and live music all connected by very walkable (or bike-able) streets, Indy’s downtown will keep private jet travelers plenty busy during their visit.

The area isn’t known for its crazy nightlife or amazing natural beauty, but it does have all of those things. You can go out at night without worrying about the night getting too crazy, and there’s hiking, nature trails, biking, and other outdoor activities in the surrounding areas. Combine that with some really nice museums for art and science, along with a great sports and racing scene, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for a great time.

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Maybe you’re a motor-sports fan and want to catch the Indy 500 in style by flying private. Indianapolis is known as the “Racing Capital of the World” thanks to its proximity to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the Indy 500 and Allstate 400 at the Brickyard (formerly known as the “Brickyard 400”). No matter where your interests lie, private jet travelers will find that Indy has something for everyone, albeit in small doses.

If you’re working up an appetite, then treat yourself and your guests to the nicest restaurant in the state at St. Elmo’s Steakhouse. With its gourmet entrees, professional staff, expert wine pairings, and private dining options, it’s the perfect place for a private party or business event. The local philanthropic community, mostly led by the Lilly Endowment, has been a vital component in the development of the city’s cultural institutions, including The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Zoo, and Indiana Landmarks.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway
790 W 16th St
(317) 492-8500
http://www.indianapolismotorspeedway.com/

Victory Field
501 West Maryland Street
(317) 269-3545
http://indianapolis.indians.milb.com/index.jsp?sid=t484#_=_

Lucas Oil Stadium
500 South Capitol Avenue
317-262-8600
http://www.lucasoilstadium.com/

Central Canal
337 West 11th Street
317-955-2389
http://www.visitindy.com/indianapolis-canal-walk

Indiana War Memorial
51 East Michigan Street
317-232-7615
http://www.indianawarmemorials.org/

The Eiteljorg Museum
500 West Washington Street
317-636-9378
http://www.eiteljorg.org/

Bankers Life Fieldhouse
125 South Pennsylvania Street
317-917-2727
http://www.bankerslifefieldhouse.com/

Monument Circle
100 Monument Circle
317-232-7615
http://www.in.gov/iwm/

Indianapolis Zoo
1200 West Washington Street
317-630-2001
http://www.indianapoliszoo.com/

White River State Park
801 West Washington Street
317-233-2434
http://inwhiteriver.wrsp.in.gov/

Business

Charter a private business jet and fly your executives to Indianapolis. Wyvern certified, our company utilizes the same safety and due-diligence procedures used by Fortune 500 flight departments, giving you peace of mind when arranging your business charter flight.

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Home to the 26th largest economic region in the United States, the economy in Indianapolis is primarily based on business services, transportation and logistics, education, financial services, hospitality and tourism, and distribution services. Four Interstate Highways converge around the city, making it an important logistics center for distribution. Indianapolis International Airport is the second largest FedEx hub in the country, and the airport ranks 6th overall in regards to air cargo.

Indianapolis was once home to over 60 automakers, and it rivaled Detroit as Automotive King of America. Like many of its Midwest neighbors, it has since undergone a bit of de-industrialization throughout the last 20 years, including losing tens of thousands of manufacturing jobs, most notably at Ford, Chyrsler and GM automotive plants.

During its transformation, Indianapolis has based its economy in a variety of newer, more modern industries such as biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and health services. The Indiana Convention Center hosts a variety of business events and conferences throughout the year, and a private charter flight to the city’s international or executive airport places you 20 minutes away to the south and north, respectively.

In a 2014 report by Battelle Memorial Institute and Biotechnology Industry Organization, the Indianapolis–Carmel–Anderson MSA was the only metropolitan area in the United States with specialized employment in all five of the bioscience sectors: agricultural feedstock and chemicals; bioscience-related distribution; drugs and pharmaceuticals; medical devices and equipment; and research, testing, and medical laboratories.

Today, the city is home to three Fortune 500 companies: health insurance company Anthem Inc.; pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly; and Simon Property Group, the largest real estate investment trust in the nation. Other companies based in the city include Cummins, hhgregg, and Allison Transmission. It’s also the fourth fastest growing high-tech area in the country, with nearly 30,000 information technology-related jobs.

Luxury Hotels

Thanks to recent cultural developments, it’s no surprise that Indy’s tourism industry is booming right now. Downtown consists mostly of upscale restaurants, retail stores, and hotels that until now have mostly catered to business professionals.

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Whether you’re heading there for business or pleasure, Indianapolis has a lot to offer to private luxury jet travelers. From gourmet American cuisine and friendly locals to a variety of hotels and resorts for luxury getaways, business trips and special events, Indy has everything a big city should have, but just enough of it.

The following list of our top choices was created based on factors such as our private jet clientele feedback, location, amenities and online reviews. Once you arrive in Indiana via luxury private jet, our Indianapolis jet charter service brokers can also arrange ground transportation to/from the hotel of your choice.

Luxury Hotels

Le Meridien
123 South Illinois Street
(317) 737-1600
http://www.lemeridienindianapolis.com/

The Conrad
50 West Washington Street
(317) 713-5000
http://conradhotels.hilton.com/conrad-indianapolis/

JW Marriott
10 South West Street
(317) 860-5800
http://www.marriott.com/indianapolis/

The Westin
50 South Capitol Avenue
(317) 262-8100
http://www.starwoodhotels.com/westin/indianapolis/

Wyndham West
2544 Executive Drive
(317) 248-2481
http://www.wyndham.com/hotels/indiana/indianapolis/

The Alexander Hotel
333 S Delaware St
(317) 624-8200
https://www.thealexander.com/

Bed & Breakfast Inns

Nestle Inn Bed and Breakfast
637 East St
(317) 610-5200
http://www.nestleindy.com/

Old Northside Bed & Breakfast
340 Alabama St
(317) 635-9123
http://oldnorthsideinn.com/

Blue Heron Bed and Breakfast
7123 Edgewater Pl
(317) 466-1486
http://www.bbonline.com/indianapolis/blueheron.html


Private Aircraft for Charter Flights to Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis is the busiest region for private aviation in the state of Indiana, and Air Charter Advisors can arrange your charter flight on any of the following private planes.

All of the pistons, turboprops and jets we arrange are operated by FAR Part 135 or 121 (or foreign equivalent) air carriers, and many of the planes are based at local airports.

Although many of the planes we use are based in Indiana, transient jets and turbo-props passing through the midwest can reduce your charter rate with an empty-leg charter flight.

After you request a charter quote and provide your trip details, we’ll provide a variety of options that meet different goals and budgets, whether you’re looking for a cost-effective option, or you want the most luxurious private jet in the area.

Piston | Turbo Props

  • Beech Baron 58
  • Cessna 340
  • Cessna Conquest II
  • Cessna Grand Caravan
  • Cessna Stationair
  • Cirrus SR-22
  • King Air 90
  • King Air 100
  • King Air 200
  • King Air 250
  • King Air 300
  • King Air 350
  • Piaggio Avanti II
  • Pilatus PC-12
  • Piper Cheyenne
  • Piper Malibu
  • Piper Matrix
  • Piper Meridian
  • Piper Navajo Chieftain
  • Piper Seneca

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VLJ | Light Jets | Super Light

  • Beechjet 400 / 400A
  • Cessna Citation Bravo
  • Citation CJ
  • Citation CJ2 / CJ2+
  • Citation CJ3 / CJ3+
  • Citation CJ4 / CJ4+
  • Citation Encore
  • Citation M2
  • Citation Mustang
  • Citation Ultra
  • Eclipse 500
  • Hawker 400XP
  • Honda Jet
  • Lear Jet 31 / 31A
  • Lear 35 / 35A
  • Lear 40 / 40XR
  • Lear 45 / 45XR (SLJ)
  • Nextant 400XT
  • Phenom 100
  • Phenom 300 (SLJ)

View all VLJ | Light Jets | Super Light

Mid-Size | Super-Mid Size Jets

  • Citation Excel / XLS
  • Citation Sovereign
  • Citation X (10)
  • Challenger 300 / 350
  • Falcon 50 / 50EX
  • Gulfstream G150 / G200 / G280
  • Hawker 700
  • Hawker 800 / 800A / 800XP / 850XPi
  • Hawker 900 / 900XP
  • Hawker 1000 / 4000
  • Lear 55
  • Lear 60 / 60XR
  • Legacy 500

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Large | Heavy Jets

  • Challenger 601
  • Challenger 604 | 605
  • Challenger 850
  • Embraer Lineage 1000
  • Falcon 900 / LX
  • Falcon 2000 / EX / LX / LXS
  • Global 5000
  • Gulfstream G450
  • Gulfstream GIV / G4
  • Gulfstream GIV-SP / G4 SP
  • Lear 70 /75 
  • Legacy 600
  • Legacy 650

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Ultra-Long Range Jets

  • Falcon 5X
  • Falcon 7X
  • Falcon 8X
  • Global Express / XRS
  • Global 6000
  • Global 7000
  • Global 8000
  • Gulfstream GV / G5
  • Gulfstream G550
  • Gulfstream G600
  • Gulfstream G650 / ER

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VIP Airliners

  • Airbus ACJ-318 Elite Corporate Jet
  • Airbus ACJ-319 VIP
  • Airbus ACJ-320 VIP
  • Airbus ACJ-321 VIP
  • Boeing Business Jet BBJ / BBJ2 / BBJ3
  • Boeing B-727 VIP
  • Boeing B-737 VIP
  • Boeing B-747 VIP
  • Boeing B-757 VIP
  • Boeing B-787 Dreamliner VIP
  • Bombardier CRJ-200

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