Serving over 500,000 passengers in 2012, the Fort Wayne International Airport is currently home to four major carriers: United, Delta, American, and Allegiant Air. There are over 100 weekly non-stop departures to Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Tampa, and other major cities. Fort Wayne is also home to Smith Field Airport, a general aviation airport that also offers flight instruction and aviation maintenance technology classes.
Air Business: Air cargo service exceeded 7,500 tons departing from Fort Wayne International in 2012.
Foreign Trade Zone #182 is a general purpose zone on 485 acres. In addition, the Kelly Commerce Aero Centre at FWA is comprised of 110 acres of light industrial space and is part of Indiana's Shovel Ready Program.
Within a little over 2 hours truck or rail ride, the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor on Lake Michigan and the Port of Toledo on Lake Erie provide access to the Saint Lawrence Seaway. Both ports have an experienced work force and the facilities needed to deal with all types of bulk, break bulk, project cargo, and containers.