Cheap Flights from Philadelphia to Chicago

Flight information Philadelphia to Chicago

cheapest roundtrip price from Philadelphia to Chicago last month


airlines fly non-stop from Philadelphia to Chicago


flights a week from Philadelphia to Chicago

2h 0min

average flight time from Philadelphia to Chicago, total distance 697 miles

American Airlines

was the most popular airline flying from Philadelphia to Chicago last month

4 airports

Chicago O'Hare International, Chicago Midway, Chicago Pal-Waukee and Chicago Rockford

Philadelphia to Chicago

Few cities in the United States are as unique as Philly, the southeastern Pennsylvanian municipality that borders Delaware and New Jersey. A long time economic and cultural hub for the region, the City of Brotherly Love has a steadily rising population of 1.5 million, though its larger metropolitan region caters to a total of 6 million; this includes the surrounding suburbs of the three adjacent states.

Once a highly influential railway transportation center in the 19th century, Philadelphia has grown to be one of the most modernized of America’s founding cities. The former meeting place for the country’s Founding Fathers and site of the signing of the U.S. Declaration of Independence and Constitution is now the headquarters for multiple Fortune 1000 companies and a plethora of outdoor sculptures, parks, and attractions.

Over 665 miles to the West lay The Windy City. Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Continental Airlines, United Airlines, and US Airways are the carriers which offer direct with United typically featuring the shortest trip times. The flight averages 2 hours and 7 minutes, not accounting for potential delays.

Departing the Birthplace of America

US Airways’ second largest hub and the airliner’s chief international transport point, Philadelphia International provides non-stop routes to a multitude of global destinations, including those located in Canada, the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean. While a majority of the airfield is housed in Philly, parts of it do extent outside the city limits.

Once the site of the first Air Force training field during World War II; Philadelphia International is now a major public-use airport responsible for the transportation of 30 million foreign and domestic passengers. The rate of growth experienced by the facility has been quite rapid in the 21st century, thus necessitating the implementation of multiple expansion projects.

A Day in Chicago

Unmatched dining, shopping, and sports attractions are a few of the things you will find in Chi-Town, but in order to experience the city in all its majestic wonder, do not forget to pay a visit to these following places: Millennium Park, Museum of Science and Industry, Sears Tower, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The Chicago Theatre, Buckingham Fountain, and last but not least, The Magnificent Mile!

There are plenty of fun things to see and do in the country’s third largest city. Book cheap flights from Philadelphia to Chicago with Skyscanner’s downloadable smartphone app to avoid running short on travel cash!

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