Chicago O'Hare Live Flight Arrivals

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Origin Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est. Status
New York (LGA) Delta Air Lines DL403 13:25 12:55 Landed
Kearney (EAR) United Airlines UA5057 13:30 Departed Late
Ontario (ONT) ABX Air GB3111 13:41 En-Route
Raleigh (RDU) American Airlines AA4629 13:41 13:18 Landed
Philadelphia (PHL) American Airlines AA2098 13:54 Departed Late
Phoenix (PHX) American Airlines AA739 13:58 13:50 Landed
Salt Lake City (SLC) Delta Air Lines DL684 14:02 13:40 Landed
Los Angeles (LAX) American Airlines AA2431 14:05 13:42 Landed
Mexico City (MEX) Aeromexico AM686 14:05 13:46 Landed
St Louis (STL) United Airlines UA3379 14:05 13:15 Landed
Roswell (ROW) United Airlines UA2720 14:07 Cancelled
Amsterdam (AMS) KLM KL611 14:10 13:42 Landed
Charlotte (CLT) American Airlines AA1650 14:10 13:44 Landed
New York (LGA) American Airlines AA325 14:12 13:31 Landed
Orlando (MCO) American Airlines AA1232 14:17 13:40 Landed
Seattle (SEA) Alaska Airlines AS35 14:20 13:37 Landed
Minneapolis (MSP) Delta Air Lines DL3756 14:21 Departed Late
Doha (DOH) Qatar Airways QR725 14:25 14:18 En-Route
Dallas (DFW) American Airlines AA1258 14:36 14:14 En-Route
Frankfurt (FRA) United Airlines UA2777 14:45 14:09 En-Route
Tokyo (NRT) All Nippon Airways NH12 14:55 14:01 Landed
Charlotte (CLT) American Airlines AA1017 17:17 16:54 Landed
Minneapolis (MSP) American Airlines AA4530 17:17 17:19 Landed
Boston (BOS) JetBlue Airways B62711 17:19 17:06 Landed
Anchorage (ANC) China Southern Airlines CZ5205 17:20 16:59 Landed
Los Angeles (LAX) American Airlines AA1384 17:20 16:50 Landed
Denver (DEN) American Airlines AA2942 17:27 17:04 Landed
Mexico City (MEX) United Airlines UA474 17:30 16:58 Landed
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) Spirit Airlines NK606 17:31 17:06 Landed
Paris (CDG) Air France AF136 17:35 17:56 Landed Late
Anchorage (ANC) Asiana Airlines OZ2923 17:40 16:18 Landed
Las Vegas (LAS) American Airlines AA2407 17:42 17:26 Landed
Ironwood (IWD) Boutique Air 4B835 17:50 En-Route
Albuquerque (ABQ) American Airlines AA4266 17:53 17:30 Landed
Lansing (LAN) American Airlines AA3409 17:55 En-Route
Peoria (PIA) American Airlines AA4106 17:59 17:28 Landed
Fletcher (AVL) United Airlines UA3728 18:05 En-Route
Waterloo (ALO) American Airlines AA3547 18:09 En-Route
Munich (MUC) Lufthansa LH434 18:10 18:02 En-Route
Fort Myers (RSW) United Airlines UA2454 18:10 17:51 Landed
San Diego (SAN) American Airlines AA2219 18:11 17:49 Landed
San Juan (SJU) American Airlines AA1329 18:11 17:58 Landed
Traverse City (TVC) United Airlines UA4478 18:15 17:41 Landed
Omaha (OMA) American Airlines AA4504 18:18 Departed Late
New Orleans (MSY) American Airlines AA4537 18:20 18:02 En-Route
Savannah (SAV) American Airlines AA3920 18:21 En-Route
San Francisco (SFO) American Airlines AA2947 18:22 17:36 Landed
Erie (ERI) United Airlines UA3799 18:23 Departed Late
Philadelphia (PHL) United Airlines UA2301 18:23 18:10 Departed Late
Austin (AUS) American Airlines AA1046 18:24 17:58 Landed
Tokyo (NRT) United Airlines UA2818 18:25 16:49 Landed
Nashville (BNA) American Airlines AA3433 18:55 Departed Late
Washington (DCA) United Airlines UA3442 18:55 En-Route
Lewisburg (LWB) United Airlines UA5081 18:55 Landed
Muskegon (MKG) United Airlines UA5137 18:55 En-Route
Minneapolis (MSP) United Airlines UA5783 18:55 18:32 Landed
Ogdensburg (OGS) United Airlines UA5149 18:55 18:32 Landed
Rochester (RST) United Airlines UA5112 18:55 En-Route
St Louis (STL) United Airlines UA5769 18:55 18:32 Landed
Newark (EWR) American Airlines AA4551 18:56 Departed Late
Reno (RNO) American Airlines AA2622 18:57 18:23 Landed
Fort Myers (RSW) American Airlines AA1248 18:58 18:36 Landed
Las Vegas (LAS) American Airlines AA1701 18:59 18:36 Landed
Tulsa (TUL) American Airlines AA4176 18:59 18:28 Landed
Flint (FNT) American Airlines AA3423 19:01 19:08 Landed
Tucson (TUS) American Airlines AA1162 19:01 18:34 Landed
Charlotte (CLT) American Airlines AA2488 19:02 18:47 Landed
Wilkes-Barre Scranton (AVP) American Airlines AA3462 19:04 18:56 Landed
Sioux Falls (FSD) American Airlines AA3755 19:04 18:34 Landed
Pittsburgh (PIT) American Airlines AA2856 19:04 19:10 Landed
Cancun (CUN) Frontier Airlines F945 19:07 18:39 Landed
Dayton (DAY) American Airlines AA4229 19:07 19:15 Landed
Warsaw (WAW) LOT LO3 19:10 19:30 Landed Late
New York (LGA) American Airlines AA358 19:13 18:50 Landed
Appleton (ATW) American Airlines AA3600 19:14 19:00 Landed
Dallas (DFW) American Airlines AA2418 19:18 18:55 Landed
San Francisco (SFO) United Airlines UA794 19:23 18:36 Landed
Anchorage (ANC) China Airlines CI5236 19:25 18:42 Landed
Columbus (LCK) Emirates EK9987 19:35 Unknown
Denver (DEN) American Airlines AA1160 19:44 19:19 Landed
Orlando (MCO) American Airlines AA1100 20:13 19:48 Landed

Chicago O’Hare International Airport handles over sixty million passengers every year, and is therefore one of the largest and most important air gateways to the United States of America. It is also rated as the second busiest airport in the world for aircraft movements, the third busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic and has been voted as ‘Best North American Airport’ by a few independent sources for ten consecutive years. The Chicago O’Hare International Airport arrival areas are welcoming for tourists and business professionals, and have all the facilities that are required. Arriving passengers have access to buses, trains and taxis from the airport as well, and can therefore easily move on to their following destination.

Chicago O’Hare International Airport flights arrive from a wide variety of worldwide locations. Many flights are available from Canadian airports, such as Toronto-Pearson, Montreal, Halifax, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Calgary, Winnipeg and Ottawa, as well as from other international locations, for example, Germany, London, Japan, China, Mexico and France. The busiest international routes served from Chicago O’Hare International Airport include London-Heathrow in the United Kingdom, Frankfurt in Germany, Toronto in Canada, Tokyo in Japan, Cancun in Mexico, Paris-Charles de Gaulle in France, Montreal in Canada and Munich in Germany. The airport handles large numbers of domestic travellers as well, arriving from cities that include San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Minneapolis, Washington, Philadelphia, Atlanta, New Orleans, Detroit, Dallas/Fort Worth, Las Vegas, Nashville, Salt Lake City, New York, Cincinnati, Boston, Kansas City, Indianapolis, Miami, Houston, Oklahoma and Los Angeles. Some of the busiest domestic routes include those to New York-LaGuardia, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Dallas/Fort Worth.

Chicago O’Hare International Airport is a hub for the airline carriers of American Airlines and United Airlines, which makes it the only dual-hub airport in America. These two airline companies carry the majority of the airport’s passengers, and offer the largest variety of destinations from the airport. Additional airline carriers of the airport include Air Canada, WestJet, US Airways, Virgin America, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Aer Lingus, Air France, Alitalia C.A.I., British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Iberia Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, American Eagle, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Mexicana, SkyWest Airlines, KLM Dutch Royal, Turkish Airlines and SWISS.

Chicago O’Hare Airport passengers could arrive at any one of four terminal buildings. The terminal of their arrival will mainly depend on the airline company with which they are flying, and sometimes the type of flight that they are on, for example, domestic or international. The terminals of the airport are known as Terminal 1, Terminal 2, Terminal 3 and Terminal 5. There is no Terminal 4. The area that used to be used as Terminal 4 before the new Terminal 5 was built is now a central facility for ground transportation. Terminal 1 is where many United Airline flights arrive, Terminal 2 is the facility for US Airways, Delta Air Lines and many United Express flights and Terminal 3 is the hub facility for American Airlines. The majority of the airport’s international flights arrive at Terminal 5, except for those from airports that are equipped with U.S. border preclearance facilities. Each terminal, besides Terminal 5, have a few concourses, which are used for various airline companies and airport functions.

Terminal 5 is the more remote terminal of the airport complex, and is connected to the other three terminals by the ATS, or Airport Transit System. This airport train covers a distance of 2.7 miles, and is an automated people mover system. It is available free of charge to all airport passengers and visitors, and operates twenty-four hours a day. The ATS also provides transport for passengers from the terminals to the more remote car parks of the airport. There is seldom the need to transfer to another terminal in order to find airport facilities, as each terminal is well equipped with its own shops, restaurants, banking services and restrooms, but if a passenger has a connecting flight from another terminal, the ATS may need to be used. Arriving passengers on longer stay-overs will find several hotels in the nearby vicinity, including the Chicago O’Hare Hotel on North Mannheim Road, the Hilton Chicago O’Hare Airport ORD Hotel at the airport, the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Rosemont and the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Airport Hotel on North River Road. These hotels are all within three miles of the airport, and may offer complimentary shuttles from the terminals.

All of the Chicago O’Hare Airport terminals are accessible to disabled passengers. Wheelchairs can be manoeuvred through all parts of the airport, as there are elevators, accessible restrooms and pavement ramps, and special parking facilities are available. The ATS can be used by persons with reduced mobility as well, and wheelchair accessible taxicabs can be arranged.

Arriving passengers have access to a number of ground transport options, which can take them to the city of Chicago, and to various surrounding areas. The ‘L’ CTA Blue Line trains are one of the quickest and most convenient ways to reach the city. They depart frequently from the airport station, on the lower level of the concourse that connects Terminals 1, 2 and 3. Several airport bus services are available as well, with the PACE bus from the Kiss ‘n’ Fly parking lot as the most affordable. Taxis are available from outside the lower levels (arrival areas) of each terminal building. Passengers may also rent a car from one of the Chicago O’Hare International Airport car hire companies.

Persons who are collecting arriving passengers from the airport can use the Cell Phone Parking Lot for free whilst waiting for the arrival flight. The passenger can then be collected from in front of their arrival terminal. Further details regarding Chicago O’Hare International Airport arrival flights can be obtained from the airport, telephone number 1-773-686-2200, or live arrival flights can be viewed online. At the airport, various information desks are available, and airport volunteers circulate the terminals.