Thank you for your interest in doing business with the Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority. Numerous opportunities become available throughout the year for construction projects and infrastructure improvements. As opportunities arise they are posted under Solicitations & Bidding and will be awarded to companies through the designated bid process for each request.
In this section you can also access information about obtaining an airport security badge, airfield driver’s training, airport properties and development and other information about T-hangar rentals at FWA and SMD.
Advertising at the Airport
Airport advertising has been taken to a whole new altitude at FWA. When you choose to advertise at the airport, your company is exposed to the community's front door to economic development prospects, scientists, researchers, business executives and tourists. There are a variety of advertising possibilities in the FWA terminal from tension fabric displays, to murals, to column wraps, etc. The possibilities are endless!
The Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority has partnered with Michiana Business Publications (the publishers of Business People magazine) to sell the advertising space in the terminal building. For more information about advertising opportunities and to schedule a tour, contact Michiana Business Publications directly at:
Michiana Business Publications
7729 Westfield Drive
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46825
Phone: (260) 497-0433
Fax: (260) 497-0822
There are a variety of opportunities for contractors, suppliers, and professional service providers who want to do business at Fort Wayne International and Smith Field Airports. Click here to see a full list of our current business opportunities.
The Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority participates in public auctions with a third party internet auction company for the sale of miscellaneous surplus items. Click here for more information on how you can take part in these sales.
An airport badge is required for all employees and tenants working/operating inside the air operations area (AOA) and any contractors performing work unescorted. The badging process encompasses several steps and generally takes several days to complete.
The Authority is dedicated to an airport operating environment that minimizes exposure to hazards and ensures continuous safety improvement. The Authority encourages participation from its management staff, employees, airlines, tenants, business partners, and the traveling public in the reporting of hazardous conditions, incidents, and accidents.
Fort Wayne is situated at the hub of nine major cities with: Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Toledo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Dayton, Louisville and Columbus, all within a 200 mile radius. So when you locate at FWA you are placing yourself in the middle of the nation’s business network.
Taking our service to a whole new altitude doesn't mean we "fly solo." In fact, we have many community and regional partners that work closely with the Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority so we can better serve the region.