INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — Travelers from Indianapolis International Airport will have two new coastal destinations and another flight to Charleston, South Carolina after the airport added three new nonstop flights. The airport now also offers nonstop service to Hilton Head, South Carolina and Portland, Maine.
The airport is offering trips to Hilton Head for the first time ever, and nonstop flights to Charleston and Portland will begin in May. United Airlines is offering the nonstop service to Hilton Head three days per week, and flights to Charleston and Portland four times per week. Charleston and Portland flights begin May 27 and Hilton Head launches May 28.
“Our airline partners are watching traveler trends and interests, and offering destinations that fit that demand. Each of the new flights announced in the past six months have created more getaway opportunities for the leisure traveler.”
The new United routes will use the new CRJ-550, which is the world’s first and only 50-seat regional plane offering first-class seats. United now offers nonstop flights to Denver, Newark, Washington-Dulles, Houston-Intercontinental, Chicago-O’Hare and Ft. Myers.