Cheap Flights to Chicago

Cheap Flights to Chicago

Airports Serving Chicago, Illinois

O'Hare International Airport (ORD) is probably one of the most recognized airport names in the world. It is located in the northwestern corner of Chicago and is 17 miles northwest of the Chicago Loop. United Airlines is headquartered here and O'Hare is the second largest hub of American Airlines. O'Hare has been voted the "Best Airport in North America" for 10 years by Business Traveler and Global Traveler Magazines. O'Hare currently has four passenger terminals, with two more envisioned for the future. You know that map of the airports, in the middle of the magazine, in the pocket on the back of airplane seats? You might want to study it before landing at O'Hare!

Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) is located on Chicago's southwest side, eight miles from the Chicago Loop. Midway is heavily used by low-cost carriers. Delta Connection, Northwest, Southwest, Frontier and Porter are all low-cost carriers flying into Midway. All international arrivals are handled in Concourse A, where two gates are closed until spring of 2010 to add a new concession and satellite holding room. This upgrade does not inconvenience passengers

Chicago Rockford International Airport, a.k.a. Greater Rockford Airport (RFD) is located 68 miles northwest of Chicago and four miles south of Rockford. This airport markets itself as an alternative to O'Hare and Midway, advertising its low fares and free parking. Many suburbanites use RFD.

Gary/Chicago International Airport (GYY) is 25 miles southeast of the Chicago Loop, yet services the Chicago Metropolitan area. Nearby highways, I-90, I-80, I-94, I-65 and the Chicago Skyway make the commute to the metro and the suburbs a quick ride.

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