The Chicago O’Hare International Airport was officially dedicated by President Kennedy in late March of 1963. In his speech, President Kennedy foresaw a vibrant airport past the year 2000.
The stereotype of things in Chicago is that it wouldn't be a Chicago institution without a connection to organized crime. In the case of O'Hare International Airpot, this holds true.
Traffic control operations at Chicago O'Hare International Airprot, as well as numerous Chicagoland area airports, are scheduled to be significantly reduced or eliminated.
Meigs Field, a tiny airport on a Lake Michigan island a few hundred feet off the Chicago coast, was closed 10 years ago this month.
The National Transportation Safety Board continues to investigate two near-midair collisions at Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
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