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Share the Fun Hot Air Balloon Ride

Share the Fun Hot Air Balloon Ride
Duration:
3 hours
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USD 249.00
<p>The entire experience will last approximately 3 hours and will include watching the hot air balloon take shape and prepare for lift off. You will then float through the sky for about 1 hour seeing surreal views that cannot be seen from any other location. Upon touching back on the ground you will have the opportunity to help pack the balloon up. After the balloon is packed away you will here the story of how ballooning started and have a traditional toast to end your experience.</p>

Massachusetts Avenue Food Tour

Massachusetts Avenue Food Tour
Duration:
3 hours 30 minutes
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USD 58.00
<p>This Indianapolis food tour explores the commercial corridor bordering two of the earliest and most historic neighborhoods, Lockerbie and Chatham Arch.</p> <p>Massachusetts Avenue is a prominent commercial boulevard crossing a grid of residential, commercial and industrial buildings that developed mainly throughout the 19th century. The area is also home to an expanding food scene, hosting nearly two dozen locally owned restaurants. The restaurants throughout the area are a combination of long standing local favorites dating back to the 1800's and new hot spots embracing the culinary traditions of the area.</p> <p>The Massachusetts Avenue Food Tour will explore the advancement of Indianapolis cuisine over the past 150 years; from the traditions brought over by the city's original immigrants, to locally sourced progressive cuisine, all within a beautifully restored neighborhood.</p>

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Indianapolis International Airport

Where is Indianapolis Airport? IND Indianapolis International Airport (IATA: IND, ICAO: KIND, FAA LID: IND), or simply Indianapolis Airport is a public airport located seven miles (11 km) southwest of the central business district of Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Indianapolis Airport is the largest in Indiana, occupying approximately 7,700 acres (3,116 ha) of land in Wayne and Decatur Townships of Marion County, all within the city of Indianapolis.


A new 1,200,000-square-foot (110,000 m2) passenger terminal, the Colonel H. Weir Cook Terminal, opened between Indianapolis International Airport's two main parallel runways in 2008. For the first time, international arrivals are able to be processed through customs in the main passenger terminal. The terminal was named after Col. Harvey Weir-Cook of Wilkinson, Indiana, a US Army Air Forces pilot in World War I and World War II.


Serving 7,476,913 passengers in 2011, Indianapolis Airport is the 47th busiest airport in the United States, in terms of total passenger traffic. Indianapolis Airport averages 135 daily passenger flights to 34 destinations. The largest carrier at the airport is Delta Air Lines and its regional partners, accounting for about 25% of the commercial traffic in and out of IND Airport. Southwest Airlines is the airport's second busiest carrier.


FedEx Express has made Indianapolis Airport home to its second largest hub in the world, second only to the world hub at Memphis International Airport (MEM).


 

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Services at Indianapolis Airport include:

  • Cell phone and laptop charging
  • Business services (printing, copying, faxing, notarization, stamps)
  • USO Lounge
  • Barbershop
  • Mailbox
  • Haflich Meditation Room (chapel)
  • Airport art program - for more info: IND Airport Art Guide
  • Self-guided airport tour - for more info: IND Airport Self Guided Tour


IND Airport has three official American Heart Association Walking Paths: Before security, traverse a quarter-mile path around the ticketing hall. After security, you can walk half-mile laps around each concourse (or a 1.1-mile lap around both concourses).




Additional Indianapolis Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 20 Aug 2016