Cheap Flights to Indiana

Cheap Flights to Indiana

Situated in the heart of the United States, Indiana is known for its sprawling farmlands, majestic Victorian homes, and quaint towns with cobblestone-paved streets and open-air cafes. Indeed, there's plenty of rich cultures, fascinating history, and natural beauty to explore in this quintessentially Midwestern state. To find the best deals on flights to Indiana, simply enter your departure city and travel date into Skyscanner's flight search. If you'd like to compare airfares across a range of dates, try using the Whole Month search filter.

What to See and Do in Indiana

A good place to start your exploration of the Hoosier State is in the capital city, Indianapolis. Situated in Marion County and known affectionately by locals as "Indy," the city is famous for its annual Indianapolis 500, the world's oldest car racing event. Here, you can visit popular tourist attractions like the Indianapolis Zoo, White River State Park, and the former residence of President Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd American president. Notable attractions elsewhere in the state include Turkey Run Sate Park, where visitors can hike lush nature trails, ride horses, and enjoy hayrides; and the Dream Car Museum in Evansville, which houses over 50 exotic and classic cars -- some of which have been feature on television and in movies.

Best Time to Visit Indiana

Indiana experiences four distinct seasons, with hot summers, mild springtimes and autumns, and cold winters. The most popular time to visit the state is during the summer months (June to August) when most of the city's attractions are open, and festivals are in full swing. This also happens to be the time of year when hotel rates and airfares are at their highest. You can avoid large tourist crowds and prohibitive travel costs by booking your trip during the off-peak seasons (March to May or September to November). If you've already decided on a departure date, our Price Alert tool can be set up to monitor airfares and notify you when flights are cheap.

Airports in Indiana

There are two commercial airports in Indiana that handle international flights: Indianapolis International Airport (IND), Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA). Indianapolis International Airport is the larger of the two and serves as the main gateway to the state. The facility lies 11 kilometres to the south-west of downtown Indianapolis and is served by a public bus operated by IndyGo. Other ground transportation options at this airport are shuttles, taxis, and car rentals.

Fort Wayne International Airport is owned by the Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority and serves flights arriving from Atlanta, Chicago, Charlotte, Dallas-Fort Worth, Detroit, Minneapolis -Saint Paul, and Newark. The airport connects to downtown Fort Wayne via taxis and shuttles. Car rental services at Fort Wayne International are provided by several big-name agencies, including Budget, Dollar, and Thrifty.

Travel Tips

A tourist information bureau operated by the Indiana Office of Tourism Development is located at 1 N. Capitol in Indianapolis. Here, you'll find festival guides, road maps, public transit schedules, and other tourist publications. There are also 68 information and visitor centres dotted throughout the state, where tourists can stock up on brochures, view maps, and get answers to inquiries about Indiana's top attractions and accommodations.

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