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Fly from New York to Indianapolis International Airport
Explore Indiana's cultural epicenter by flying from New York to Indianapolis International Airport (IND). At the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, you'll realize why Indianapolis is nicknamed the Racing Capital of the World. Home to the NBA's Pacers and the NFL's Colts, Indy is also a powerhouse in professional team sports.
United Airlines and Southwest Airlines operate flights from New York to Indianapolis International Airport (IND). When flying to Indianapolis International Airport (IND) on a direct route, you can expect to spend about two and a half hours in the air.
Facilities at Indianapolis International Airport
The Colonel Harvey Weir Cook Terminal at Indianapolis International Airport (IND) consists of two concourses. Delta Air Lines uses most of the gates at Concourse A. Allegiant Air, Frontier Airlines and OneJet are based in Concourse B. Each concourse has its own security checkpoint, but there is a post-security hallway that directly links both facilities. The Colonel Harvey Weir Cook Terminal has more than a dozen dining options and 20 stores. Some of the restaurants and shops are located at the Civic Plaza, which is accessible before the security gates.
Public transportation at Indianapolis International Airport is provided by IndyGo buses. It'll take you about 30 minutes to get from the airport to downtown Indianapolis. Taxis are also available at IND. A ride from the airport to the city’s downtown area will cost around $37.
Things to do Near Indianapolis International Airport
When flying from New York to Indianapolis International Airport (IND), you may want to plan to take in a race. At the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, you can cheer on the world's best racing drivers in high-speed action. Be sure to visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum to pay tribute to some of the legends at the Auto Racing Hall of Fame.
If you prefer to support major league sports, Indianapolis will also satisfy your interests. Head to the Bankers Life Fieldhouse to see the Pacers compete against other NBA teams. At the Lucas Oil Stadium, you can encourage the Colts to score touchdowns against NFL foes. Aside from being a major hub for professional sports, Indianapolis also supports college athletics. The city's White River State Park is home to the NCAA Hall of Champions, which honors student-athletes from more than a dozen sports.
Hints and Tips for Indianapolis International Airport
When taking flights from New York to Indianapolis International Airport (IND) in the summer, expect temperatures to be in the 80s Fahrenheit. The average high temps in the winter dip to the upper 30s.
Featuring amusement rides and tasty treats, the Indiana State Fair is one of the biggest summer events in the city. With a history that dates back to the 1850s, this is one of the oldest state fairs in the U.S.A. Even on a rainy day, you'll still enjoy the exciting performances at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum. Celebrating the diversity of Indianapolis, the Indiana Black Expo is another major annual event with great food and entertainment. Running for more than a week, this ethnic festival is held at the Indiana Convention Center.
While you’re in Indy, you’ll want to check out the local restaurant scene that features international cuisine and American favorites. During your stay, you can expect to pay about $42 for a meal for two at a mid-priced restaurant.
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