Cheap Flights from Louisville Standiford Field to Chicago O'Hare International in 2019

Flight information Louisville Standiford Field to Chicago O'Hare International

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Average flight time, total distance 286 miles

1h 25min

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Chicago O'Hare International and Chicago Pal-Waukee

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Fly From Louisville International Airport (SDF) to O'Hare International Airport (ORD)

The largest city in the Midwestern region of the U.S., Chicago receives millions of visitors annually. Business travelers often fly from Louisville to Chicago for an industry conference or a convention. The Windy City also attracts vacationers looking to shop along the Miracle Mile or tour the renowned Museum Campus.

If you're traveling to Chicago from Louisville via air, your trip will take about one hour and 25 minutes. United and American Airlines offer direct flights from Louisville International Airport (SDF) to Chicago.

Facilities at O'Hare International Airport

Considered one of the busiest airports in the U.S., O'Hare International Airport (ORD) contains four terminals and eight runways. Terminal 5 is the facility's international terminal, and it links with ORD's domestic terminals via the Air Transport System (ATS). Flights from Louisville International Airport (SDF) to Chicago typically land at Terminals 2 and 3.

Available amenities throughout the Upper Level of O'Hare include ATMs, local and chain restaurants, and airline lounges. Charging stations and free Wi-Fi are available throughout O'Hare International Airport (ORD).

O'Hare's Lower Level houses Baggage Claim and Ground Transportation. If you catch a taxi upon arrival in Chicago, you'll reach downtown in less than 45 minutes. Cab fare will run you about $40 plus tip. Travelers can also opt to ride the CTA Blue Line train, which runs from O'Hare to Forest Park.

Things to Do Near O'Hare International Airport

The Windy City boasts several renowned museums, including the Art Institute of Chicago. Open year-round, the Art Institute is home to more than 300,000 pieces in permanent collections and rotating exhibits.

If you traveled from Louisville International Airport (SDF) to Chicago with your family or friends, head to Streeterville. The eclectic neighborhood is home to many cultural sites as well as Navy Pier, a popular recreation spot. At Navy Pier, you can ride the Centennial Wheel and take in sweeping views of the Chicago skyline.

Hints and Tips for O'Hare International Airport

Chicago experiences four distinct seasons and features snowy winters and warm summer temperatures. When heading from Louisville International Airport (SDF) to Chicago in the spring, you'll see average highs in the mid-50s Fahrenheit. The average high temperature in June is about 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Sports fans visiting Chicago during baseball season can spend the day at Wrigley Field, home turf of the Cubs. Hockey is a popular sport in Chicago, and travelers can cheer on the NHL's Blackhawks at the United Center.

When you're hungry, fill up at one of Chicago's five-star restaurants or sample the city's famous deep-dish pizza. You can expect to pay about $40 for a pizza lunch for two at a midrange establishment. In July, foodies can partake in the Taste of Chicago, a five-day celebration of food. The annual festival is held in Grant Park and features live music and cooking demonstrations.

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