INDIANAPOLIS — For the sixth year in a row, the Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America by the Airports Council International.
The award is based on customer feedback collected by the council, and airports with at least 2 million annual passengers are eligible. Indianapolis shares this year’s honor with Jacksonville International Airport in Florida.
“This is more than another award; it’s a demonstration of relentless year-over-year dedication to customer satisfaction,” said Indianapolis Airport Authority Executive Director Mario Rodriguez in a press release from the airport on Tuesday.
Travelers in Indianapolis will also have the opportunity to fly to some new locations starting this summer. A nonstop flight from Indianapolis to Seattle via Delta Airlines begins in June. A nonstop flight to Oakland, California via Southwest Airlines begins in July. And starting in May, the first direct transatlantic flight from Indianapolis begins — taking Delta Airlines travelers to Paris.