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Atlanta to chicago

Atlanta to chicago

Atlanta to chicago

I HATE cars. The entire idea of them is disgusting to me. Imagine my joy when I found out I was going to be driving across the country in a tiny little car with no AC and nobody else in the car but me. I genuinely enjoyed the first couple days. But then the temperature started climbing, and by the time we were approaching the Mississippi River, I was starting to sweat ─ a lot.

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The cheapest flight from Atlanta to Chicago was found 20 days before departure, on average.

O’Hare airport has a special treat for anyone seeking peace and quiet upon arrival. Close to the Urban Garden in the Mezzanine Level of Terminal 3, you will find a well-equipped Yoga Room where you can meditate, find peace, and exert your body and mind after your flight from Atlanta to Chicago. The room is free to use and is open from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm every day. (Source: www.kayak.com)

Which airport is the better choice depends on what time you’re arriving and what your final destination will be. If you arrive late, O’Hare is a more convenient choice, as there is a designated airport hotel and the Blue Line train runs 24/7. Geographically, Midway airport lies south of Chicago while O’Hare is northwest, so also choose the airport depending on your final destination. (Source: www.kayak.com O’Hare airport is further out of the city than Midway Chicago airport, but there are plenty of public transport options to reach the city center. The quickest way is with the CTA Blue Line that runs around the clock from the lower level of the airport’s parking garage. Tickets can be purchased from the vending machines at the station and cost approximately $5. Day or week passes can also be obtained at the vending machines. (Source:www.kayak.com))

KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Atlanta to Chicago. (Source: www.kayak.com)

www.kayak.com)Cons: "When my husband and I checked out bag, we were told Gate D2. After walking the way to Gate D2, I learned through a casual conversation with a flight attendant that D2 was going to Florida, not Chicago. The screen at D2 was blank, so we had no idea. Turns out, we were supposed to be at Gate E34, so we raced back downstairs, caught the train to E, and ran all the way down another long hallway to Gate E34. I happen to have two heart stents and need a knee replacement, so I was in bad shape when I FINALLY made it to the CORRECT gate. I had to take a nitro pill once I sat down. It took a long time for my heart rate to return to normal. It is only by the caring efforts of Rey, our flight attendant, that my husband convinced me to stay with Spirit Airlines for our return flight."

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