Indianapolis Executive Airport

Conveniently located just a few miles from the business centers of Carmel, Westfield and Zionsville, and within a short drive from Indianapolis, Lebanon, Fishers and Noblesville, Indianapolis Executive Airport is on the perfect flight path for the corporate traveler. Nearby access to central Indiana's major highways puts a large number of industrial and business centers within close proximity, especially the U.S. 31 / Meridian corridor in Hamilton County. Indianapolis Executive's location makes it the ideal spot to touch down en route to many of the Indianapolis area's sporting events, musical performances, local conventions and major attractions.

Indianapolis Executive Airport History

Founded in 1958 as Terry Airport, Indianapolis Executive Airport has grown over the past 50 years from 200 acres of rural farmland in Boone County to the premier general aviation airport now servicing the metropolitan Indianapolis area. Indianapolis Executive Airport's growth reflects the development of its neighboring communities, and the airport continues to grow today as a strong contributor to the vitality of the business and residential communities it serves.

Current Ownership

Indianapolis Executive Airport is owned by the Hamilton County Airport Authority and managed under the guidance of its Board of Directors. The Authority maintains a contract with fixed base operator (FBO), First Wing Jet Center, ensuring exceptional management and operations, combined with first class facilities.

Airport Features

The airport's all-weather canopy, the first of its kind in the Midwest, provides year-round protection and privacy for Indianapolis Executive's customers. A full range of services readily available at Indianapolis Executive Airport ensures that visiting pilots and passengers, as well as local airport users, will find courteous and helpful attention to their every need.