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Indianapolis International Airport
Indiana capital area residents and visitors find air travel to be quite simple in Indianapolis. The Indianapolis International Airport, located southwest of Indianapolis provides every travel service needed. The airport began offering commercial flights and cargo transportation in 1931.
The airport name was changed to Weir-Cook Municipal Airport, in honor of Col. Harvey Weir-Cook, in 1944. He was a United States Air Forces pilot for both World War I and World War II and killed while flying a P-39. Although the airport name was changed to its current name in 1976, the 1,200,000-square-foot terminal was named after Col. Weir-Cook.
Indianapolis International is Indiana's largest airport, encompassing 7,000 acres of land. The terminal houses forty-four domestic flight gates, two international flight gates, a Delta Sky Club Lounge, rental car agencies and a variety of shops and restaurants. Daily, nonstop commercial flights are available to several major United States cities, Cancun, and Toronto, from over twenty commercial airlines.
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