Chicago O’Hare Airport and WWII Navy Pilot Butch O’Hare

Formerly “Orchard Field”, Chicago’s International Airport – once the busiest in the world – was renamed after navy pilot Butch O’Hare. O’Hare led one of the most daring air battles in World War Two as he and others fought to preserve the US Aircraft Carrier Lexington from an attack.

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Weather Delays in Chicago and

Yesterday, Officials at Chicagoland airports told travellers to expect some cancellations and delays on travel because of bad weather. Meanwhile Waashington DC also had many problems as bad weather raged along the east coast of the USA, causing travel problems …

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Chicago Airports over the holiday

The Chicago Sun Times reviews the expected travel situation at Chicagoland airports. So far the holiday travel experience seems to have been OK for most travelers. News outlets are not reporting major delays from today’s travel, though Sunday travel “home” …

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Chicago O’Hare Airport ORD

One of the world’s busiest, O’Hare is a well organized airport and generally you’ll have no problems finding your way around the terminals although it can take some time to get from one end of the airport to the other. …

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