Two Indiana airports have announced details of their annual auctions. Nappanee-based Hahn Auctioneers Inc. will run the sale Friday at South Bend International and next week's auction at Indianapolis International Airport will be handled by Key Auctions LLC. October 22, 2014

News Release

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – South Bend International Airport (SBN) will hold a public auction on Friday, October 24, 2014 starting at Noon at its maintenance facility at 4721 Lathrop Street.

The auction includes a 2001 New Holland model TS100 front wheel assist diesel cab tractor; 1996 Ford Versatile 9030 articulated bi-directional tractor; 2004 Ford F350 dual wheels dump truck; 1996 Hummer 6.5 liter four wheel drive vehicle; 2006 Toyota Highlander hybrid limited, fully loaded; 2005 Ford Expedition four wheel drive, fully loaded; 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe 4×4; 2003 John Deere 485 gas hydrostatic lawn tractor with cab and large deck; 25 television monitors; eight skids of various engine parts; 10 bikes and more.

A ten percent buyer's premium is added to all final bids. Hahn Auctioneers, Inc. accepts cash, checks with proper identification or credit cards with a convenience fee. More information including vehicle photographs can be found at

About South Bend International Airport

South Bend International Airport's three air carriers provide nonstop flights to ten cities: Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Fort Myers/Punta Gorda, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, New York City/ Newark, Orlando/Sanford, Phoenix/Mesa, and Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg with connections world-wide. South Bend International's multi-modal terminal serves over one million air, rail and bus passengers each year. According to the 2012 Economic Impact Report from the Aviation Authority of Indiana, South Bend International's total annual economic impact on South Bend and surrounding communities was in excess of $1.7 billion.

For additional information, please refer to or get social with SBN on Facebook ( and Twitter (@SBNairport) and stay informed about the airport and the carriers that serve the Michiana region.

Source: South Bend International Airport

October 22, 2014

News Release

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (October 20, 2014) – From aviation enthusiasts to film buffs and comic-book collectors, nearly everyone will find something of interest at an upcoming auction at the Indianapolis Airport that features an astonishing assortment of items.

A huge array of tools, machinery, and other equipment, much of it aviation-related, will be auctioned off on behalf of the Indianapolis Airport Authority.

Indianapolis-based Key Auctioneers will be conducting the auction, which also includes a vast range of electronics – including 24 Kindles and 21 iPads – jewelry, comic books, a Louis Vuitton purse, and other items from the airport's lost and found.

The tools, heavy machinery, and other equipment to be auctioned includes computers, work benches, boom lifts, a boring machine, a milling center, pneumatic jacks, fork lifts, and pickup trucks.

The auction will take place Thursday, October 30 beginning at 10 a.m. near the Indianapolis Airport at 2601 S Hoffman Road, Indianapolis. Online bidding will also be available. An inspection of the items will take place on Wednesday, October 29 beginning at 10 a.m.

Airport lost-and-found auctions occur approximately every other year. This year's selection is unusually wide-ranging, particularly in its selection of tools and equipment that are no longer used by the Indianapolis Airport Authority but still in good condition.

For more information about the auction, contact Mark Pike at or 317-353-1100. Photos and an auction inventory can be found online at

About Key Auctioneers

Key Auctioneers is a regional auction company headquartered in Indianapolis. Key’s comprehensive asset disposition services include auctions, appraisals, asset recovery, property management and receiverships. Key provides services throughout the Midwest, including Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri and Michigan.

Source: Key Auctions LLC

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