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Newport Jets is a top private jet charter company serving Indianapolis, Indiana. Our team of Indianapolis private jet charter specialists are pros at scheduling and creating private jet travel flights in and out of Indianapolis. We are ready and waiting to provide first class local jet charter services to Indianapolis – and to create the perfect private, luxury travel experience. We not only handle your flights but our professional concierge team can recommend wonderful places for you to stay in Indianapolis.
We have a large selection of Indianapolis aircraft including the luxurious Gulfstream G550 to the Learjet 31; Newport Jets has just the right private jet aircraft for your travel to and from Indianapolis. Our charter jet team specializes in booking jet charter flights to Las Vegas, New York, Miami, and Los Angeles – as well as hundreds of other domestic and international destinations.
Indianapolis, known as the “Circle City” and is thought of as the “Crossroads of America”. The city is the capital of Indiana. Historically, Indianapolis has been known for government and industry, with a focus on manufacturing. However, today the city has a more diversified economy, with contributions in the fields of health care, education, and finance. Tourism also plays a big part in the economy of Indianapolis as the city hosts a wide variety of conventions and sporting events. The most noted of these events is the yearly Indianapolis 500.
Compared to other areas in the country’s Midwest, Indianapolis has a population profile which is attracting people, with the population growing 50% faster than the national average. There are great gains in the industries of technology and life sciences. The city has diverse residential neighborhoods and areas from downtown’s Lockerbie Square to the retro Fountain Square to the fun and funky Broad Ripple. Downtown Indianapolis touts three fabulous sports venues including Lucas Oil Stadium where the Indianapolis Colts play. Conseco Fieldhouse is home to the Indiana Pacers and the Indiana Fever. The most noted of all is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, built over 100 years ago.
Two downtown landmarks, Monument Circle and Indiana War Memorial Plaza, are among America’s great urban areas. The Circle centers the city and furnishes its “Circle City” calling card. The 24-acre plaza gives Indy the distinction of devoting more acreage to honoring veterans than any other city. The plaza is a National Historic Landmark. The Indianapolis Museum of Art recently unveiled the largest contemporary art park in the country, The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park.
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