The Barkley Regional Airport Authority owns the airport in Paducah, Kentucky. Discover the location you can book flights to from Paducah Airport (PAH), which airline services this airport, and the destination airport on the route. When your travel plans from Paducah Airport are flexible, you can track airfare fluctuations by using Skyscanner's Price Alert tool to get the best deal available on this route. Download our convenient mobile travel app to search flights, hotels, and car rentals with ease.
Fly from Paducah Airport on a daily non-stop flight to Chicago O'Hare Airport (ORD). There are one or two scheduled flights daily on this route.
Flights from Paducah Airport to Chicago O'Hare are available via Skywest Airlines DBA United Express. There is only one commercial airline and route servicing Paducah Airport, though there are general aviation services available here for private aircraft and corporate jets, as well as flight instruction, chartered flights, and fuel service and maintenance.
Passengers awaiting flights from Paducah Airport will have access to two car rental service counters, an ATM, visitor information desk, and a couple of vending machines. Taxi services that work at Paducah Airport include Blue Dot Cab Company with metered cab and PATS Public Transportation offering pre-arranged travel to the airport.
Many travelers prefer to drive to Paducah Airport and park there. All parking at this airport is just a five-minute or less walk from the terminal. You park and then pay at an automated pay station. There is one walk-up station in the terminal building that takes cash or credit cards. A drive-up station at the parking lot exits takes credit cards only. The park rates at Paducah Airport are reasonable, with approximate costs working out to $49 for a week's stay. The rates go down after you've left your car here for 7 or more days.
Your United Express flight from Paducah Airport arrives at Chicago O'Hare's Terminal 1 or 2. You can travel between terminals using the Airport Transit System (ATS), a free rail system that runs from 4:30 AM until 10:30 PM to all terminals, parking facilities, drop-off points, and the PACE bus stop. During the ATS off-hours, passengers can take the shuttle bus service instead.
To travel from Chicago O'Hare to your destination, there is a bus/shuttle center located on Level 1 of the main parking garage between Elevator Centers 3 and 4. Go to the bus/shuttle center to catch shuttles and regional buses. If you prefer to take a taxi, there are taxi stands at the lower level outside of Baggage Claim at every terminal for travel to Chicago and suburban locations. A ride to downtown Chicago from O'Hare should cost $24 per person. For those who have pre-arranged a rideshare transport from the airport, the loading zones can be found at the Upper Level between Terminals 1 and 2. For Uber Black and Uber Taxi, pick-ups are on the Lower Level.
When you arrive in Chicago on your flight from Paducah Airport, you may be hungry. You can choose to eat like a local in Chicago at the airport while you await a connecting flight. Wolfgang Puck Care is in Terminal 5 is the place to go for American classic foods. For a snack, try the Chicago mix of caramel and cheese popcorn at Garrett's at Terminals 2 and 3. You may be able to fit in a workout at O'Hare Airport's yoga room in Terminal 3, which is open 12 hours a day. The on-site Hilton Chicago has a fitness center offering day passes where you can work out, swim in the pool, or relax in the steam room or sauna.
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