The Indianapolis International Airport (IND) is located in Marion County, Indiana, USA. It is the largest airport in Indiana and serves the greater Indianapolis metropolitan area.
There are several airlines that fly to and from IND, including American Airlines, Delta, Southwest, and United. Some of the destinations that are served by these airlines include Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, New York City, Orlando, Phoenix, and Washington D.C. There are no direct international flights from IND, but there are connections available to several international destinations via these major hubs.
As for tourism, Indianapolis is known for its rich cultural heritage and vibrant arts scene, with many museums, galleries, theaters, and performance spaces throughout the city. One of the most popular tourist attractions in the area is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home to the famous Indianapolis 500 race. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is also a popular destination for families, as it is one of the largest children’s museums in the world. Additionally, the city boasts a number of parks, gardens, and outdoor recreational areas, including the White River State Park, Eagle Creek Park, and the Indianapolis Zoo.