Located 17 miles northwest from Chicago, ORD - O'Hare International Airport is one of the major airports in the United States. The airport was built in 1942-43, for the Douglas C-54 manufacturing plant during WWII. In 1949, it was renamed after U.S. Navy WWII flying ace Edward O'Hare.
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O'Hare's busiest international routes include flights to London, Toronto, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Montréal, and Mexico City, among other destinations. Domestic flights include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas and Boston, among other U.S. cities. For airport updates, click here to access their website
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O'Hare serves major airlines, including British Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Iberia, JetBlue, KLM, Qatar Airways, United Airlines, and US Airways, among others.
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Fun fact - ORD does not seem to match up with O'Hare. So what's with the airport code? ORD is actually a tribute to the name of the community that now is the location of ORD - namely, Orchard Place.