FAA Control Tower

The FAA controls a 24 hour Control Tower and Radar operations at the Airport along with multiple instrument approaches. 

580 S. Airport Street
Terre Haute, IN 47803

IU Health LifeLine

Indiana University Health LifeLine provides care for the most critically ill and injured patients with the specialized care necessary to begin receiving treatment anytime, anywhere. IU Health LifeLine operates the most advanced air medical helicopters and mobile intensive care units in the industry.   

7163 Maynard Wheeler Lane
Terre Haute, IN 47803

Indiana State University Flight Academy

Indiana State University’s Department of Aviation Technology is internationally recognized for the excellence of its facilities, faculty, and graduates. They offer a Bachelor of Science in Professional Aviation Flight Technology, Aviation Management, and Unmanned Systems.

520 S. Airport Street
Terre Haute, IN 47803

Indiana National Guard

The airfield is home to the Indiana Air National Guard 181st Intelligence Wing, Indiana National Guard 81st Troop Command and the Army Field Maintenance Shop #8.


Hoosier Aviation

Hoosier Aviation is the Terre Haute International Airport’s fixed base operator (FBO).  They offer a full array of aviation services, excellent AVFuel prices, flight training, and concierge services.

581 S. Airport Street
Terre Haute, IN 47803

ICTT System Sciences

ICTT specializes in solving the Complex Systems Problems of major enterprises, institutions and industries.  These include enterprise functional, industry group, and human and organizational challenges. 

378 S. Airport Street
Terre Haute, IN 47803

S&T Fulfillment

S & T Fulfillment provides value added services for a variety of customers to meet their packaging, warehousing, fulfillment, and distribution needs.

400 S. Airport Street
Terre Haute, IN 47803

Enjet Aero/Stark Industries

Stark Industries is Enjet Aero’s Terre Haute division. Stark is a high-technology conglomerate that specializes in the precision CNC machining of critical components.  Enjet Aero includes a diverse group of companies within the aerospace, unmanned systems, medical and heavy industrial fields. 

501 S. Airport Street
Terre Haute, IN 47803


Tri Aerospace, LLC is a member of the M2M Group and specializes in CNC machining of large, complex engine components and specialty parts for major aerospace and sub-tier aerospace engine providers. The company also provides parts to the military/defense industry and other specialized markets.

1055 Hunt Road
Terre Haute, IN 47803


Turbines Inc. is a leader in the major repair and overhaul of the Pratt and Whitney PT6 engine. Turbines prides itself on serving all market segments from agriculture to corporate and charter aircraft and everything in between with the experience and service to meet their customer’s needs.

7303 Maynard Wheeler Lane
Terre Haute, IN 47803

Malavolti Aviation Services

Malavolti Aviation Services provides a broad range of services including aircraft delivery ferry service, flight instruction, vintage plane parts, aircraft brokering, a pilot shop and more.

Malavolti Aviation, 376 S Airport St., Terre Haute, IN www.malavoltipilotshop.com/

Williams Aviation Aircraft Maintenance

Williams Aviation regularly performs Annual Inspections, 100 hour inspections, and a variety of other corrective maintenance for regular customers and transient aircraft in need of corrective maintenance.

7269 Maynard Wheeler Lane
Terre Haute, IN 47803

Corsair Cafe is a WWII themed cafe, located inside the airport terminal, offering a variety of menu items including sandwiches, soups, salads, breakfast items, pastries, a FULL SERVICE coffee shop, and a fully stocked aviation gift shop. Plus, a great view of the runway. Stop by today!

581 S Airport St.
Terre Haute, IN 47803
(812) 730-4887

Order Online: https://www.thecorsaircafe.com/s/order

Spanish Lady T-6 Flights

Experience the plane that prepared WWII pilots to fly their fighter aircraft.

The Spanish Lady is a 1949 North American T-6G Texan. She was originally manufactured by North American Aviation in 1944 as an AT-6D and was used to train allied pilots during World War II. The Texan is two-seat aircraft and served as the advanced single engine trainer during the war. For many pilots, the Texan was the last trainer flown before moving to their combat aircraft. In many ways the Texan was a new pilot’s final exam, hence the nickname the Pilot Maker. Between 1 July 1939 and 31 August 1945, a total of 193,440 pilots graduated from Army Air Force advanced flying schools. Most of those logged significant time in a T-6.

Schedule your flight TODAY

(812) 870-9684