Private Airports in Indianapolis, IN
Private airports in Indianapolis offer the most convenient and comfortable way to arrive in the city. Our private aviation company uses the following airports near Indianapolis to fly clients in Indianapolis, Indiana and neighboring areas of the Midwest.
There are 6 major airports for private planes to choose from, and Post-Air Airport (7L8), a centrally located airfield perfect for pistons and props. The most popular choices all offer private terminals for fast, discrete arrivals, as well as travel services for passengers and pilots, as well as planes themselves.
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
- Runway: 11,200 feet
- FBO: Signature Flight Support IND | Million Air
- Customs & Immigration: Yes
- Website: https://www.indianapolisairport.com/
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.
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
- Website: http://www.eagle-creek.com/
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
- Runway: 5,501 feet
- FBO: Montgomery Aviation
- Customs: N/A
- Website: https://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/Indianapolis-Executive-Airport/
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
- Runway: 6,005 feet
- FBO: Indy Jet
- Website: https://www.indianapolisairport.com/metropolitan-airport
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
- Runway: 5,100 feet
- FBO: Greenwood Municipal
- Website: http://www.greenwood.in.gov/indy-south-greenwood-airport/
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.
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