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No. 1 Indianapolis International Airport (IND)

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One of the first U.S. airports built post-9/11, IND is newer and better designed than most for the modern challenges of airport security. Opened in November 2008, the 1.2-million-square-foot complex averages 137 flights per day to 32 nonstop destinations, totaling about 7.3 million passengers in 2012. Indianapolis is slated to become one of the first two airports in the nation (along with Washington Dulles) to offer enrollment in the new, expanded TSA PreCheck program.

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No. 1 Indianapolis International Airport (IND)

One of the first U.S. airports built post-9/11, IND is newer and better designed than most for the modern challenges of airport security. Opened in November 2008, the 1.2-million-square-foot complex averages 137 flights per day to 32 nonstop destinations, totaling about 7.3 million passengers in 2012. Indianapolis is slated to become one of the first two airports in the nation (along with Washington Dulles) to offer enrollment in the new, expanded TSA PreCheck program.

John Fleck

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