Chicago O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, IL, United States
O'Hare International Airport
Chicago O’Hare International Airport is located just 20 miles from Downtown Chicago and is the busiest airport in the US and the world’s 5th busiest airport. The airport is located at 10,000 West O’Hare, Chicago, Illinois, and is a comfortable airport that offers travellers an array of facilities with eateries, snack shops, gift shops, museum stores, a Harley Davidson shop, news and gifts, chocolate shops, sunglass shops, book stores, lounges and bars. For those that enjoy dining and shopping, the airport is a haven within itself that definitely presents hours of entertainment. Chicago O’Hare International Airport also provides many general services which include ATMs located throughout the airport, several banks, charging stations, mailboxes and airport information booths.
Chicago O’Hare International Airport has 2.6 million residents annually that arrive by convenient connections that include car, bus and train. The airport has four terminals. One of which is strictly for International flights and three that serve both International and domestic flights. Telephones and bathrooms are located close to the terminals which are comfortable and are temperature controlled. Patrons of the airport can stay the night at the connecting Hilton Chicago O’Hare Hotel.
Airport Parking and Transfers
Chicago O’Hare International Airport offers a wide range of parking options and vendors that include self-parking, valet parking, indoor parking, etc. Reservations can be made in advanced by accessing the net which allows patrons to purchase a one day parking pass via credit card at AirportParkingReservations.com.
When traveling to Chicago O’Hare International Airport take 1-190 to O’Hare. You’ll want to get off at the Mannheim North Exit and travel one quarter mile until you reach Zemke Road. If you pass Higgins Road you’ve travelled too far. You’ll see signs on the side of the road that direct you to Economy Lots E and F.
Shuttle bus service is available which will take patrons to the Airport Transit System that stops at each terminal.
Those traveling to the airport can tune into Park Net by dialling 1630 AM within 2.5 miles of the airport on their auto radio to receive current availability information on parking spots.
For all travellers that will be leaving their vehicles longer than 30 days, they are asked to make advanced arrangement. Any vehicles parked longer than 30 days will be deemed abandoned vehicles and will be towed at the owner’s expense.