Articles tagged “o’hare”

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International Terminal at Chicago O’Hare Airport to Be Expanded for First Time

They do things big in Chicago and the international terminal at its signature airport, Chicago O'Hare, will see its first major expansion since it arrived on the scene more than two decades ago.

International Terminal at Chicago O’Hare Airport to Be Expanded for First Time

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Chicago’s Mayor Announces New Hotels For O’Hare Airport to Make Spending a Night Easier

Many airport hotels are trending upwards in their quality and convenience but there are still many more not yet up to par with modern travelers and not prepared to handle growing passenger traffic around the world.

Chicago’s Mayor Announces New Hotels For O’Hare Airport to Make Spending a Night Easier

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Chicago Airports Planning for More Than 4 Million Passengers Over Holidays

The only word that means anything at Chicago airports this time of year is "weather."

Chicago Airports Planning for More Than 4 Million Passengers Over Holidays

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United Redirects Passenger Foot Traffic at O’Hare by Eliminating Moving Walkways

Oscar Munoz's first act as the new United CEO is to remove the moving walkways at O'Hare? OK, not really. Passengers better get their walking shoes on, though. The walkways are actually the victim of passenger-flow efficiencies and rolling bags.

United Redirects Passenger Foot Traffic at O’Hare by Eliminating Moving Walkways

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O’Hare Airport Is Falling Behind In Operations and Retail, Aviation Chief Says

Part of forging a solution is at least recognizing there is a problem and Chicago's new aviation chief seems to be well aware that O'Hare isn't keeping pace with its global peers.

O’Hare Airport Is Falling Behind In Operations and Retail, Aviation Chief Says

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Chicago O’Hare Can’t Get Things Right, Despite Its Promises

Dear Chicago: We love you, but your airports and city crime levels are testing our patience. Get your act together. Signed, America.

Chicago O’Hare Can’t Get Things Right, Despite Its Promises

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U.S. Flight Delays Spread into Weekend After Control Center Fire

A rare fire started by an FAA employee led to the widespread flight delays, which means these are one-time delays that will impact carrier's punctuality and profits for only one quarter.

U.S. Flight Delays Spread into Weekend After Control Center Fire

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U.S. Airports Make Modest Improvements in Wait Times in 2013

The White House report puts a positive spin on modest improvements in wait times for international visitors at U.S. airports, but it is still an inexcusable bottleneck in many places.

U.S. Airports Make Modest Improvements in Wait Times in 2013

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Chicago O’Hare Airport’s New Runway Could Have Nationwide Impact

What happens at O'Hare reverberates throughout the country, and that's why a new runway at that airport could help ease congestion from time to tome around the nation.

Chicago O’Hare Airport’s New Runway Could Have Nationwide Impact

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O’Hare Gets $10 Million to Resolve Takeoff Gridlock

It can be extremely frustrating to finally get the OK to leave the gate, but then wait endlessly in line waiting for takeoff. If this new taxiway at O'Hare can help ease that congestion and all of the stops and starts, then God bless them.