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Flights to Chicago, IL (ORD)

Travelers flying in to Chicago can choose from 46 airlines that service O'Hare Airport (ORD), or eight that fly into Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW). Midway Airport is small and convenient to downtown, with an interesting landing pattern over Lake Michigan, a green concessions policy, and a bicycle lot. O'Hare is everything that Midway is not: large, out in the suburbs, and busy as can be. Both have their advantages.

Midway is normally less hassle, but can have higher fares with less frequent scheduling. O'Hare has a plethora of flights into Chicago from every major airline from around the globe, and a few regional ones. Landing at either airport on a flight to Chicago quickly links travelers conveniently to the commuter trains that service a huge map of the city and suburbs, making car rental unnecessary for all but a few visitors.

O'Hare features shopping from the likes of Brighton, Brookstone, Erwin Pearl, Harley Davidson, Mont Blanc, Oakley, Swatch, and Talle, along with more than 80 restaurants, four spas, and a health club. Midway offers 28 restaurants with emphasis on local fare, and a "Made in America" shop, allowing those flying in to Chicago a preview of what's to come.

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Chicago Airports

  • Midway Intl. (MDW)
  • O'Hare Intl. (ORD)