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Situated squarely in the center of the country, Chicago is easy to travel to from virtually everywhere. Thanks to thousands of flight options and the variety of airlines at two international airports, six class-one railroads and a vast network of major highways, it is one of the most cost-competitive and convenient cities for domestic and international travel.


O'Hare International Airport, located 17 miles from downtown, is one of the largest airports in the world. It is North America's major international gateway airport, servicing over 67 million passengers to and from over 200 destinations around the globe. Complimentary transportation for IPW delegates to host hotels available.

Midway International Airport is located 10 miles from downtown Chicago and offers another convenient travel option for visitors.  It is the nation's premier point-to-point airport, offering value-oriented leisure and business travel to over 60 destinations. No complimentary shuttle service will be provided from Midway Airport to IPW host hotels. Taxi and public transportation available.

Visit flychicago.com for details on amenities, flight status, terminal maps and more for both O'Hare and Midway airports.


Chicago's Midwestern friendliness will greet you upon arrival at O'Hare International Airport. Look for uniformed greeters to guide you to complimentary transportation to all host hotels on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 4-6).

Greeters will be available after Customs and Immigration in Terminal 5 and in the Baggage Claim area in Terminals 1, 2, 3 at O'Hare International Airport.


Shuttles will be available between each host hotel and O'Hare Airport on Thursday, April 10 from 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.


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