I cannot believe it has been eight and a half years since I posted any kind of update on this site. Time really gets away from you when you are not careful. The code was out of date on the site, so I went through and made everything compatible with PHP 8. The performance should be exceptional. I have also replaced all of the code that engages in database access. Everything uses PDO for enhanced security. I will be replacing the Facebook login/signup option with the Google/Gmail option. If you have an account on here and need help getting credentials reset, please contact me through the "Contact Us" link. Provide as much information as possible regarding your old account so I can identify the rightful owner.
Progress is being made on the site. Part of the photo gallery is viewable. In the next day or two the first phase of the gallery will be complete and you will be able to view all public images in the gallery. It will be some time before we will be able to add new photos and comments though. Please be patient.
Update: Phase one of the photo gallery has been completed and the "Contact Us" page is also active now.
As you have probably noticed the INDAirport.org website looks completely different now. It is currently undergoing a major overhaul. If you click on a link and receive a "Maintenance" landing page it means you likely have selected a module that has not been completed yet. I will be working to open modules as quickly as possible. It will take some time before the gallery and forums are completed but I will attempt to make functionality in each area become available as soon as possible. Please be patient.
Congratulations to the Indianapolis International Airport for earning LEED certification. If you have not experienced Indy's great new terminal be sure to book a flight soon. Also check out the great selection of stores and restaurants located in each of the concourses.
A new generation in commercial aviation began today with the first flight of the Boeing 787. The plane will revolutionize long haul passenger travel. Congratulations to Boeing and all the subcontractors that put in so many hours to make today possible.
AirTran Airways continues to build and restore their Indianapolis service with the return of daily nonstop service to Las Vegas, NV. The service will be provided daily on the Boeing 737. Service begins March 4th, 2010 and is bookable on http://www.airtran.com . The addition of the new route requires government approval.
Frontier Airlines applied to provide daily nonstop service from Indianapolis International Airport to Cancun, Mexico. The service would be provided on Frontier's Airbus A319. The addition of the new route requires government approval. Update: Application Approved. Service begins December 19th.
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