Use the information provided in this website to plan your travel through Chicago O'Hare Airport. Find all the information regarding O'Hare Airport: Flights (Departures, Arrivals and Delays), Parking, Hotels and Accommodation, Rental car information, Transport and other important information .
The airport is connected to Chicago by train using the Blue Line of Chicago 'L'. It runs 24 hours a day. The transit time from Central Loop to O'Hare International airport is approximatemily 40 minutes.
The airport is involved in a modernization plan that should increase the maximum number of operations from 2,700 to 3,800.
- O'Hare Airport serves an approximate average of 2,409 aircraft operations per day.
- The airport is connected with more than 60 foreign destinations.
- There are 8 runways in the airport with lengths varying from 2,286m to 3,962m
- There are 4 Terminals with a total of 9 concourses and 182 gates
There are four Terminals
Terminal 1: Used for United Airlines flights (and some United Express operations). Also used for departures from Star Alliance partners: Lufthansa and All Nippon Airways.
It has 50 Gates on two concourses: Concourse B and C.
Terminal 2: Used for Air Canada and Delta Airlines domestic flights. It has 42 gates divided in Concourse E and Concourse F
Terminal 3: Houses all American Airlines and US Airways flights. Also departures from Oneworld Alliance carriers: Air Berlin, Iberia, Japan Airlines and Qatar Airways. Also used for non-affiliated domestic low-cost carriers.
It has 80 gates dividend in four Concourses: G, H, K, L.
International Terminal 5: Has 21 Gates and contains the Concourse M. Used by all international arrivals (Excluding flights from destinations with US border preclearance), and departures for most non-US carriers.
Address: 10000 W O'Hare Ave, Chicago, IL 60666, United States
IATA code: ORD
Telephone Customer Service: (800) 832-6352