MQJ Sustainable Airport Master Plan
The Indianapolis Regional Airport, originally named Mount Comfort Airport, (hereafter referred to by its FAA identifier MQJ or the Airport) is owned and operated by the Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA). Located on 1,805 acres in Greenfield, Indiana, it is 14 miles from downtown Indianapolis with convenient access to both the entertainment and sports venues in downtown Indianapolis, as well as nearby access to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
With over a forty year history serving the Indianapolis region, the Airport opened on November 6, 1977. The Airport has two paved runways: the 6,005 foot asphalt Runway 7/25 equipped and marked for a precision approach; and a 3,901 foot concrete crosswind Runway 16/34. As a general aviation airport, MQJ serves both corporate businesses and private pilots.
What is a Sustainable Airport Master Plan?
The Sustainable Airport Master Plan for MQJ will provide a set of documents to guide the Airport’s development over the next 20 years and beyond. The process will ensure the long term viability of the Airport, the community and the natural environment in a way that continues to support economic development and prosperity.
Currently under development, the recommended development program will satisfy aviation demand and be compatible with the environment, community development and other transportation modes. Above all else, the plan will be technically sound, practical, economically feasible and sustainable.
Airport User Survey
An important goal of the Authority is to assess the airport facilities and requirements of businesses, tenants and users at and around the Airport so we can serve your needs effectively. We are asking for your input to gather information relative to the master plan currently being developed for Indianapolis Regional Airport (MQJ).