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Cheap Flights to Indianapolis from $64 One Way, $67 Round Trip

Prices starting at $67 for return flights and $64 for one-way flights to Indianapolis were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Indianapolis Flight Data

Destination Airport IATA Code
Destination CityIndianapolis
Number of Airlines Serving
Flight Price$64
Popular Airline

Deals On This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
ATL Indianapolis May 30 - Jun 6 $177
CLT Indianapolis May 29 - Jun 18 $222
LGA Indianapolis May 31 - Jun 16 $234
EWR Indianapolis May 30 - Jun 21 $247
PHL Indianapolis May 29 - Jun 16 $271
DFW Indianapolis May 31 - Jun 27 $328
PHX Indianapolis May 30 - Jun 17 $330
LAX Indianapolis May 30 - Jun 15 $343
SEA Indianapolis May 30 - Jun 17 $382
SFO Indianapolis May 29 - Jun 12 $408
FTY Lafayette May 29 - Jun 14 $9,589
*Prices include taxes and fees

Cheap Flights to Indianapolis

Home of the eponymous car race and birthplace of Kurt Vonnegut, Indianapolis is a city with a diverse range of attractions. Throw in fantastic museums, a number of characterful neighborhoods and some beautiful parks and you’ll understand why Indianapolis makes a great choice for a relaxing city break.


When to book Cheap Flights to Indianapolis

The cheapest flights to Indianapolis are in the winter months. Cold, wet and a little gloomy, December to March makes up the low tourist season in the city.

However, a better option may be to travel to Indianapolis during the spring or fall months. You’ll be able to enjoy pleasant temperatures and clear skies as well as taking advantage of the reduced airfares during these shoulder seasons.

Summer is peak tourist season in the city. Flights to Indianapolis are often a little more expensive between June and August so you may have to hunt a little harder to find a great deal.


How to Find Cheap Flights to Indianapolis

In general, the more flexible you are regarding dates, times and departure points, the easier it will be to find Cheap Flights to Indianapolis.

You can check flights from all of the airports in your local area by clicking the ‘Nearby airports’ link on the results page. This will show you if there are any terminals you may have overlooked within easy reach of your departure or arrival point.

If your travel plans are still evolving, tick the ‘My dates are flexible’ box to see prices for the days either side of your selected dates, something that could potentially save you a lot of money.

You can refine your results by airline, number of stops and departure time using the filters on the left – and you can arrange the flights by price or duration using the drop-down menu at the top of the page.


US Departures to Indianapolis


Indianapolis International Airport

The largest airport in Indiana, Indianapolis International is located around seven miles from the center of the city. Regular flights depart from Indianapolis International to towns and cities across the US with the most popular routes connecting Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Orlando and Charlotte.

From the airport you can catch a taxi or bus to your destination, or there are several options for renting a car from the airport. A number of hotels in the city offer shuttle services so make sure you check with your accommodation before you travel.


Which Airlines Fly to Indianapolis?

Flights to Indianapolis are available through a number of airlines including:

  • United
  • American
  • Delta
  • Southwest
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Allegiant Air
  • American Eagle
  • Frontier Airlines

How to Get Around indianapolis

The main form of pubic transport in Indianapolis is the bus. A large number of bus routes crisscross the city, making it easy to get out and explore. If you’re planning on using the bus network extensively, you’ll find you can save money by purchasing a multi-day pass.

Taxis are also widely available and you can take advantage of a number of local ride share schemes.

In recent years there’s been considerable investment in the city’s bike routes and cycling is now a great way to get around. Bikes are available to hire from a number of locations in Indianapolis.

If you’re staying in downtown, you’ll find many bars, restaurants and attractions are within walking distance of your hotel.


Must-See Attractions in Indianapolis

As Indianapolis is one of the homes of motor racing, no trip to the city would be complete without a visit to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Aside from the Indianapolis 500, a number of other races are held at the track every year.

Monument Circle is one of the most historic parts of Indianapolis. Home to the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial, as well as the Mausoleum and Memorial Hall and a number of other important sights, it’s a must-see for all visitors to Indianapolis.


Tips for Traveling in Indianapolis

If you’re planning on visiting the city around Memorial Day weekend make sure you book your flights and accommodation early as this is when the Indianapolis 500 comes to town.

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