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Indianapolis Airport Authority Overview

Indianapolis, IN
201 to 500 employees
Other Organization
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Established as a municipal corporation by the General Assembly in 1962, the Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) owns, develops, and operates six airports in the Indianapolis metropolitan area. In addition to Indianapolis International Airport (IND), they include the Downtown ... Read more

Mission: High-performing culture that fosters world-class service to enhance our community

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Indianapolis Airport Authority Executive Director Mario Rodriguez
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  • "Typical Government Agency"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO


    People take a genuine interest in doing a good job.


    Because it is government, things are often done for political reasons rather than the good of the agency.

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Indianapolis Airport Authority Photos

Indianapolis Airport Authority photo of: IND terminal
Indianapolis Airport Authority photo of: A partnership with McClelland Elementary School gives students the opportunity to paint an IAA snowplow blade.
Indianapolis Airport Authority photo of: Angela Cain, IAA Director of Public Affairs, gives an IND art tour to community women CEOs.
Indianapolis Airport Authority photo of: IAA Senior Directors and Ground Transportation staff demo an electric bus for future use by IND passengers.
Indianapolis Airport Authority photo of: IAA staff working the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) booth at the 2015 Indiana Black Expo.
Indianapolis Airport Authority photo of: The police department hosted a "Coffee with a Cop" event to engage with the community.
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Company Updates

  • The magazine cited the IAA's customer service and commitment to accessibility for all people, its diverse roster of executives, and its commitment to community initiatives, many focused on serving diverse organizations in Central Indiana.

    Indiana Minority Business Magazine names Indianapolis Airport Authority a 2016 Champion of Diversity

    The Indiana Minority Business Magazine will recognize 12 individuals, organizations, and institutions that have demonstrated tremendous effort in the areas of diversity and inclusion.

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Indianapolis Airport Authority Awards & Accolades

  • Champion of Diversity, Indiana Minority Business Magazine, 2016
  • Inclusion Champion, Airports Council International, 2016
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