WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced several Federal Aviation Administration infrastructure grants have been awarded to airports across the country. Over $616 million will be awarded this round, with a total of over $3 billion to eventually be distributed from the Airport Improvement Program. 

Indiana airports receiving funding: 

  • Anderson-Anderson Municipal/Darlington Field-  $ 2,707,500 to rehabilitate Runway 
  • Bedford- Grissom Municipal- $ 86,200 to acquire snow removal equipment
  • Bloomington- Monroe County-  $ 626,278 to acquire aircraft rescue & fire fighting vehicle
  • Connersville- Mettel Field- $ 150,000 to rehabilitate runway
  • Crawfordsville- Crawfordsville Municipal- $ 150,000 to acquire land for approaches
  • Danville- Hendricks County/Gordon Graham Field- $ 79,560 to build terminal building 
  • Delphi- Delphi Municipal- $ 550,000 to extend runway
  • Fort Wayne- Fort Wayne International- $ 5,440,720 to rehabilitate runway 
  • French Lick- French Lick Municipal- $ 209,997 to groove runway
  • Gary- Gary/Chicago International- $ 4,750,000 to rehabilitate runway
  • Greenwood- Indy South Greenwood- $ 383,490 to construct taxiway
  • Huntington- Huntington Municipal- $ 150,000 to rehabilitate runway 
  • Indianapolis- Eagle Creek Airpark-  $ 2,825,000 to construct taxiway
  • Indianapolis- Indianapolis International - $ 2,441,530 to reconstruct taxiway
  • Indianapolis- Indianapolis International- $ 630,513 to acquire aircraft rescue & fire fighting vehicle
  • Indianapolis- Indianapolis International-  $ 262,500 to conduct noise compatibility plan study
  • Indianapolis- State of Indiana- $ 181,996 to update state system plan study
  • Kokomo- Kokomo Municipal- $ 360,000 to rehabilitate taxiway
  • McCordsville- Indianapolis Regional- $ 862,472 to rehabilitate apron
  • Michigan City-Michigan City Municipal/Phillips- $ 339,722 to conduct environmental study, update miscellaneous study
  • Monticello- White County MCX- $ 278,100 to conduct environmental study, conduct miscellaneous study, remove obstructions
  • New Castle- New Castle/Henry Co Municipal- $ 147,330 to acquire snow removal equipment, wildlife hazard assessments
  • Paoli- Paoli Municipal- $ 832,500 to extend runway 
  • South Bend- South Bend International- $ 1,985,354 to install airfield guidance signs
  • Sullivan- Sullivan County- $ 418,564 to improve fuel farm
  • Terre Haute- Terre Haute Regional-  $ 612,900 to rehabilitate taxiway
  • Washington- Daviess County- $ 882,324 to construct taxiway
  • Zionsville- Indianapolis Executive- $ 149,940 to extend runway 

The full list of grants can be found here