Chicago Airports

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The third largest city in the nation, Chicago offers thriving business and tourism industries served by two major airports – Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Chicago Midway Airport – and scores of airlines flying millions of passenger into this powerhouse city.

Chicago Airports/TransportationFly into O’Hare International Airport
Located 17 miles from the Chicago Loop and the Best Western River North Hotel, Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport (ORD) is one of the best-connected airports in the world, second busiest airport in the country, and the largest hub for United Airlines. Over 70 million people a year travel through Chicago O’Hare International Airport, voted “Best Airport in North America” in 2000 by Business Traveler magazine. O’Hare International Airport provides excellent transport links to Chicago by public transport, hire car or shuttle service. The Best Western River North Hotel provides a shuttle service from 6:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. with charge of $30.00 each way.

Direction from Chicago O’hare International to Best Western International Airport
Driving : Take I-90 toward Chicago, merge with 94. Continue on 94 east. Exit Ohio St. exit number 50B.

Train : take Blue line into Chicago, exit at Clark/Lake. Transfer to brown line going north exit at Merchandise Mart. Walk east on Kinzie to Lasalle. Head north on LaSalle.

Chicago Midway Airport (MDW) is located 10 miles from downtown Chicago and the Best Western River North Hotel. One of the fastest growing airports in North America, Chicago Midway Airport serves over 17 million travelers each year. Chicago Midway Airport has three concourses, serving major airlines such as American, Continental, and Southwest, and a selection of restaurants, cafés, shops, a business center, and ATMs. Chicago Midway Airport offers access from Chicago in less than 30 minutes via Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Orange Line buses, regional buses, downtown and suburban shuttles, and interstate highways. An hourly shuttle operates between O’Hare International and Midway airports from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm.

Directions From Chicago Midway Airport to Best Western International Airport

Driving : Cicero Ave east to I-55. I-55 North toward Chicago. Merge with 90/94 west. Exit Ohio St, exit number 50B.

Train : Take Orange line into Chicago exit Clark/Lake. Transfer to Brown line north, exit at Merchandise Mart. Walk east on Kinzie to LaSalle turn north on LaSalle.


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Airport Express is a great way to get downtown from both airports. Much cheaper than a taxi.


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