First off, this is an update to ATAIndy's original thread from a few months ago: RE: The Indiana Aviation Thread (by FWAERJ Aug 8 2007 in Civil Aviation)
And now, an airport-by-airport rundown of what's happened since August...
IND: The new terminal is being built, Cape Air is starting a base for intrastate service to EVV and SBN, Rolls-Royce is building a North American jet engine mechanic training center, and there's rumors that NW wants to start IND-AMS. And of course, FedEx traffic is still growing. But where's the long-rumored JetBlue flights to JFK?
SBN: Not much new besides Cape Air's new flights to IND.
FWA: On the passenger side, things are looking up, as G4 has added service to AZA and FLL. CommutAir should be upgrading CO Connection CLE service to Q200s soon, too. Don't be surprised if we see a New York City and/or Washington D.C. area airport in the near future. But in cargo, the Kitty Hawk hub is having a few troubles. Let's hope for the best...
EVV: Cape Air's flights to IND is the big news here... but I wouldn't be surprised if G4 starts service here soon (why haven't they already?).
GYY: Chicago's (possible) third airport wants IND service from Cape Air, too. But what about service to a hub on a real airline and not some fly-by-night public charter?
HUF: Is Delta Connection (Big Sky) service to CVG still in the works? I haven't heard much.
LAF: Will commercial service EVER return?
That's about it... any more comments, thoughts, or suggestions?