Indiana has a rich aviation history beginning with 19th century glider flights and evolving into transcontinental air travel, airfreight, and general aviation aircraft of all varieties.
The Aviation Association of Indiana has been an advocate for aviation interests since 1983 and is proud to represent all regions of the state providing a network for general aviation, support industries, aerospace educators, airports, fixed base operators, aircraft owners and operators and pilots at all ratings levels.
Mindful that aviation is a critical component of Indiana’s economy, the Aviation Association of Indiana will continue to bring to the public and legislative sectors the message of this essential industry.
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