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Indianapolis Private Jet Charter
Indianapolis is the twelfth largest city in the United States and the capital of Indiana. Indianapolis ranks in the top 25 most visited cities in the country, with 18 million annual visitors. Often called the “Circle City,” Downtown Indianapolis is home to The Monument Circle and the Indiana War Memorial Plaza to honor veterans.
Private Aircraft's Accessibility to Airports in Indianapolis
Indianapolis is served by the Indianapolis International Airport (IND), the largest airport in the state and home to the second-largest FedEx headquarters in the world. Indianapolis is served by 10 additional airports, all within a 30 mile radius of the city.
Private Planes Available in Indianapolis
Our ever-growing fleet of charter aircraft currently includes a variety of luxurious and well-appointed private jets, including Bombardier, Challenger, Citation, Dassault and Gulfstream.
Pentastar Aviation Charter, Inc. has a diverse selection of private charter jets that can accommodate anything from short flights with limited passengers to long range jets and up to 18 passengers.
Popular Tourist Attractions in Indianapolis
With tourism playing a major role in the economy of Indianapolis, the city offers a variety of traditional heritage, cultural and sporting events. A well-known auto racing destination, the city annually hosts the Indianapolis 500, the largest, single-day sporting event in the world. Other notable events include the Brickyard 400, the NHRA U.S. Nationals, the Men and Women’s NCAA Basketball Tournaments, the Indy Jazz Fest, the Indianapolis International Film Festival, the Indianapolis Theatre Fringe Festival, the Indianapolis Alternative Media Festival, the Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration and the Midwest Music Summit.
Unique cuisine is offered in Indianapolis through a partnership between local chefs and local farmers to bring the freshest ingredients to the menus, creating a farm-to-table dining experience. The breaded pork tenderloin sandwich remains to be a local favorite among Indy’s signature dishes.
Indianapolis boasts three professional sports franchises including the Indianapolis Colts, the Indiana Pacers and the Indiana Fever.
Other popular attractions include the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, the largest children's museum in the world, Madame Walker Theatre Center, Lockerbie Square, Fountain Square District and Broad Ripple Village.
Indianapolis is home to the Indiana Convention Center , one of the largest convention centers in America. This contemporary, state-of-the-art facility can accommodate any corporate event, meeting or exhibition. The 566,300-square-foot center includes 11 exhibit halls, 71 meeting rooms, 48 docks and three ballrooms. Connecting via climate-controlled walkway, the Sagamore Ballroom offers an additional 33,000 square feet of meeting space. Lucas Oil Stadium also offers 183,000 square feet of convention space, two exhibit halls, 12 meeting rooms, 11 loading docks and additional party space.