There are two international airports in Indiana, the primary of these being the Indianapolis International Airport. It hosts various flights to cities all around the country. This airport receives flights to Indiana and receives over 8.5 million passengers per annum. Another international airport is Fort Wayne, which services airlines such as American Airlines, Delta Airlines, and United Airlines. Both facilities cater to disabled travellers; offering features such as ramps and dedicated restroom stalls. With two major airports to choose from finding your inexpensive airfare to Indiana should be a breeze.
Various interstate highways allow you travel in and around the state. Indiana has more interstates than any other state its size. Amtrak services such as the South Shore line provides a daily, reliable train service from Indianapolis to Chicago. The fare is affordable and the train ride is estimated to take about five hours compared to the three hours with a rented car. Taxis and rental cars are also available should you wish to travel more independently. After arriving from your Indiana flights, hiring a car would be easy with companies such as Avis, ACE rent a car and Alamo.
Cheap flights to Indiana open a door to a variety of different festivals, sports, landscapes, and history. Here you will be able to see big museums, monuments, and memorials as well as a canal walk rich with public art and paddleboats. Outside of the city you can look forward many farmland plains, parks and outdoor recreational areas which are worth visiting during your stay. One place in particular is the Dunes National Lakeshore which is an enormous park that is filled with crystal waters, swampy forests, and great views. Other than this natural feature, festivals such as the Thunder over Louisville, the Lanesville Heritage Weekend and the West Side Nut Club Fall festival are also some of the highlights you could enjoy during your stay.
The food offered in Indiana is very Midwestern, when venturing out of the cities you can expect to find a more family-style of dining. The Texas Roadhouse, Chili's Grill and Bar, and the Outback Steakhouse are a few of the restaurants you can find great food within Indiana. Indiana also offers an extraordinary nightlife for all those adventurous types. Places such as the infamous Hard Rock Café, Martha's Midway Tavern, and Club Planet offer a variety of different musical experiences ranging from hard rock and pop, to country blues and techno.