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Check-in counters are located near the entrance of each terminal building.

Money Exchange

Chicago Airport has several currency exchange desks. These are located in Concourse B and C of Terminal 1, at the Seaway National Bank in Terminal 2, next to Gate K11 in Terminal 3, and on the lower level of Terminal 5. There are also ATMs conveniently located throughout the airport. 

Business Services

While there are no conference facilities at Chicago Airport, business travellers can make use of the airport's VIP lounges, post office, fax and copy services, WiFi access and public phones.

Internet Access

There is fee-based WiFi available throughout Chicago Airport. Travellers may purchase a 24-hour pass for $6.95, or a one-month subscription for $9.95.

Family Facilities

Baby changing facilities are available throughout the airport, both before and after security screening.


Chicago Airport boasts nine multilingual, touch-screen "Virtual Concierge" kiosks. These kiosks offer information about hotels, flights, transport and the airport itself. Languages available include English, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Polish and Spanish.

Airline Lounges

Airlines with VIP lounges at Chicago Airport include United Airlines, Lufthansa, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and British Airways.

Delta Air Lines - Delta Air Lines has a Sky Club lounge located in Concourse E of Terminal 2, across from Gate E4. The lounge provides eligible members with a fully-stocked bar, snacks, televisions, WiFi, meeting facilities, phones and fax machines.

United Airlines - United Airlines offers its United Club Members, Business and First Class passengers and Eligible Star Alliance Gold Members access to the United Club Lounge in Concourse D of Atlanta Airport, between Gates 12 and 14. The United Club Lounge provides complimentary beverages and snacks, concierge services, WiFi, phones, fax machines, photocopiers and reading material.

British Airways British Airways Terraces Lounge - The British Airways Terraces Lounge is exclusively for First Class, Club World and Club Europe customers, as well as Gold and Silver Executive Club members. Within the lounge is the World Wine bar, offering a wide variety of complimentary wines and other beverages. There is also the Terraces Lounge Restaurant for those in need of a meal while waiting for their flight. Other amenities include computers, free WiFi, power points, complimentary massages and the Elemis spa.

Terminal Transfers

The best way to get between the terminals of Chicago Airport is the Airport Transit System. This is a free, 24-hour rail service that operates between all four terminals, the long-term car park, the Metra station and bus stop.

Public Transport

The Chicago Transit Authority's Blue Line (train) is a quick and easy way to get between the airport and the city centre.

Chicago Airport is serviced by many different international airlines. Please refer to the below list for more information on the airlines that fly to Chicago.

There are a number of hotels located within close proximity to Chicago Airport.