Chicago O' Hare International Airport, located in Chicago, Illinois, serves as a major hub for American and United Airlines, with heavy presence from both airlines and their regionals. Chicago serves as one of the gateways to the Midwest, the West Coast, and East Coast, as well as serving smaller communities.
The Chicago O' Hare International Airport sprawls over 7, 627 acres of land. The airport has 228 destinations, serving Europe, North, and South America, and more.
Chicago O' Hare is named after Edward O' Hare, and is the airport that after World War II, pioneered concepts such as jetways, concourses, and direct highway to terminal access.
About the Hub
- Chicago O' Hare (ORD) is the second most popular hub in Envoy Virtual, with it being also an extremely popular choice to be based.
- The Chicago O' Hare hub offers itself as a major connecting airport that serves as a gateway to regional, domestic, and multiple international destinations.
- Not only does American and United focus their operations at O' Hare, Spirit Airlines and Frontier Airlines also have annouced Chicago O' Hare as one of their focus cities.
- Want to know more about the O' Hare Airport, or Chicago in general? Read more at https://www.flychicago.com/ohare/pages/default.aspx for more information about the airport. For more information about the city of Chicago, visit https://www.choosechicago.com/.
Screenshots of the O' Hare Hub
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