There are many airports in Indiana. However, not all Indiana airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.
Indiana, meaning the "Land of the Indians," is a Midwestern state of the United States. The majority of Indiana's population live in the metropolitian areas of Indianapolis, Northwest Indiana (due to proximity to Chicago), Fort Wayne, and Evansville. It was the 19th U.S. State to join the Union.
Indiana is bounded on the north by Lake Michigan and the state of Michigan; on the east by Ohio; on the south by Kentucky, with which it shares the Ohio River as a border; and on the west by Illinois. Indiana is one of the Great Lakes states.
The White River (a tributary of the Wabash, which is a tributary of the Ohio) zigzags through central Indiana. Northern Indiana is mostly farmland; however, the northwest corner of the state is part of the greater metropolitan area of Chicago and is therefore more densely populated. Gary, a city on Lake Michigan, is effectively a suburb of Chicago, even though it is in Indiana.
Southern Indiana is a mixture of farmland and forest. The Hoosier National Forest is a 200,000 acre (80,900 ha) nature preserve in south central Indiana. Southern Indiana's topography is more varied and generally contains more hills and geographic variation than the northern portion, such as the "Knobs," a series of 1,000 ft. hills that run parallel to the Ohio River in south-central Indiana. The limestone geology of Southern Indiana has created numerous caves and one of the largest limestone quarry regions in the USA. ()