Because no place in Florida is far from a body of water, you'll want to indulge in the great variety of activities that involve the state's warm, blue waters. That includes swimming, fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, finding unusually pretty seashells or just lying on one of the many beaches. Even big, modern cities like Lakeland are full of lakes that are full of fish. If oceans, rivers and lakes aren't your thing, there's the wildlife of the Everglades and the nightlife in Miami. Here's how best to get to Florida.
Flights from Indianapolis International Airport to Fort Meyers have a layover and take between three hours and 55 minutes to seven hours and 15 minutes. Flights to Fort Walton Beach also have layovers, and the flights last from three hours and 35 minutes to a little less than six hours.
Flights to NW Florida Beaches International Airport, which serves Pensacola, have connections and last from three hours and 18 minutes to five hours and 23 minutes. Flights to Tallahassee last from three hours and 21 minutes to a bit over six hours. Trips to Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and Miami. all have layovers and the times are the same as those mentioned.
Non-stop flights include one from Indianapolis to Tampa International Airport at 5:30 a.m. via Southwest Airlines that lasts two hours and five minutes. Another non-stop flight to Punta Gorda via Allegiant Air takes two hours and 19 minutes. A direct flight to Orlando via Allegiant to Sanford International Airport takes two hours and 10 minutes.
Other non-stop flights from Indianapolis to Orlando International Airport last about two hours and 15 minutes. Non-stop flights to Fort Lauderdale last about two hours and 40 minutes while a direct flight to Miami lasts a few minutes longer. There is one non-stop flight between Indianapolis and Fort Meyers, which is the 2:00 p.m. flight via Southwest Airlines. This flight takes two hours and 25 minutes.
Airlines that serve Indianapolis and Florida include Delta Air Lines, Southwest, American, SkyWest, United, American Airlines operated as American Eagle or Republic Airline, Frontier Airlines, and Allegiant Air.
There are daily, regularly scheduled flights from Indianapolis International Airport to cities in Florida. There is only one flight per day to Punta Gorda. Some flights are seasonal, so check with the carrier.
Airports that serve Florida and Indianapolis are the Indianapolis International Airport, Tampa International Airport, NW Florida Beaches International Airport, Bradenton International Airport, and Punta Gorda Airport. Others are Sanford International Airport, Orlando International Airport, Fort Lauderdale International Airport, and Miami International Airport.
Right now, the cheapest direct flight from Indianapolis to any point in Florida is from Indianapolis International Airport to Orlando International Airport via Frontier Airlines.
Indianapolis seems so staid besides hot, sunny, vivid Florida, but it's not! How can a city that hosts the Indianapolis 500 and its festival parade be boring? This is the home of the Indiana Pacers, the Indianapolis Colts and the fearsome Indiana Fever. The parks are plentiful, big and leafy, and Florida simply can't beat Indianapolis when it comes to crisp fall nights and blazing foliage. Enjoy Florida, but remember Indianapolis while you're there. Florida is the place to go if it gets a bit too cold and snowy in lovely Indiana.
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