Situated in Chicago, O'Hare International Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the United States. If you happen to get a flight at O'Hare, you need to know the valuable issues about the
airport in order to have a good flight. Our article below will offer you the brief history of O'Hare International Airport, and the information of its four terminals.
O'Hare International Airport is originally constructed for United States Air Force use, but it turned to a commercial airport after the World War II due to the pressure of overloaded "Chicago Midway Airport". Then O'Hare started to become the busiest airport in the United States. The airport has successfully handled a great number of arrivals at O'Hare International Airport annually.
There are four terminals in O'Hare International Airport. They are terminal one, two, three and five. And the city of Chicago is very likely to have additional terminals in the near future. The airport has 182 aircraft gates in the four terminals and nine large concourses.
Terminal 1 has 53 aircraft gates on Concourse B and Concourse C. Concourse C is an island, and there is a pedestrian tunnel linking the two concourses. Along the tunnel, passengers could appreciate the neon light show and music at the same time.
Terminal two has 38 gates on Concourse E and Concourse F. Terminal 2 serves many airlines that include Delta Air Lines and United Airlines and these two airlines run their clubs in Terminal 2.
Terminal 3 has 80 gates on Concourse G, Concourse H, Concourse K and Concourse L, which has the most aircraft gates among the four terminals.
Terminal 5 has 21 gates on Concourse M. Terminal 5 deals with almost all the international arrivals at O'Hare International Airport.
Due to a large number of passengers at O'Hare, you need to make reservations of tickets in advance and take close look at the schedule. Hope our information will help you have a good flight more or less.