As one of the largest and busiest airports in the world, Chicago O’Hare serves as the primary hub for United Airlines and services over 80 million passengers per year. The airport is located 15.5 miles northwest of downtown Chicago and can be reached via car, bus, or subway.
O’Hare International Airport: ORD
Fun Fact: Originally named Orchard Field, Chicago renamed it’s primary airport to O’Hare Field later on to honor the legendary pilot Edward “Butch” O’Hare. Since the IATA code (ORD) originally represented Orchard Field, it has no relation to the O’Hare name or the City of Chicago in general, which is why the ORD code name is so confusing!
If you are looking for an interactive map, the official O’Hare Airport website has a great one.
Terminal 1 (ANA departures, Lufthansa departures, United domestic and international departures, United Express check-in and baggage claim)
Terminal 2 (Air Canada, Delta, Delta Shuttle)
Terminal 3 (Air Choice One, Alaska, American Airlines domestic and international departures, American Shuttle, Cape Air, Iberia, Japan Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Spirit Airlines)
Terminal 5 (Most International Flights except United Airlines or American Airlines)
Here is a comprehensive list of today’s departures.
If you are looking for today’s arrivals, you can find those here.
There are dozens of options to park at O’Hare Airport. These include hourly, daily and long-term parking.