There are two very important reasons to book flights to Indiana: basketball and cars. Regardless of the event, flights to Indiana are filled the sports fans. Hoosier Hysteria takes place every year during basketball season and twice as much when the Hoosiers hit the playoffs. The Indy 500, held every Memorial Day weekend, is a haven for car and racing enthusiasts. Indiana flights and hotels are booked a year in advance for this weekend.
But before there were Hoosiers or Indycars, there were Indians. The Shawnee Native American tribe inhabited Indiana before it was handed over to the Kingdom of Great Britain at the end of the French and Indian War in the 17th century Today, more than 6 million people call Indiana home, including late night talk show host David Letterman and the Jackson family (Michael Jackson and his brothers and sisters grew up in Gary, Indiana).
Flights to Indiana arrive at one of four different airports making it easy for anyone to hop Indiana flights for the big game. If sports and racing don’t appeal to you don’t worry, there’s always something to do in Indiana.
Indiana’s winters are a bit milder than other states on the Great Lakes, but still cold. The average temperature in January is in the -10s (C), and December and February are only slightly warmer. For travellers not afraid of the cold, cheap flights to Indiana can be found during the winter. The region near Lake Michigan receives much more snowfall than other parts of the state. Because Indiana is so flat, it is on the path of any weather system in the area and has strong winds. March through June is tornado season.
Peak season runs from March through September, and it starts getting crowded in May. The Indy 500 can triple the cost of Indiana flights and accommodations during the race months of May, August, and September. Fall is cooler and a great time to visit, especially for outdoors activities.
Winter is the slowest season with the fewest crowds but not much to do. It’s easy to find cheap flights to Indiana during the winter months.
(prices quotes are from London)