Flying To Chicago? COVID-19 Safety Measures And Airport Transportation Services Are Your Friends.

We know that visiting Chicago (or any other Megalopolis for that matter) is exciting, especially when you’re traveling for fun and leisure. Not to mention that if you’ve never been to Chicago, you’re sure to fall in love with its colorful vibe and amazing sights. It’s no wonder why the Windy City and Illinois in general, attract so many tourists each year. As the Red Line Project shares, Illinois received 120 million tourists in 2019. This means that the state experienced tourism growth for the ninth year in a row… before COVID-19 hit us and overseas tourism toward Chicago decreased by 80.3%. Fortunately, however, things seem to look a bit brighter now when the city has entered Phase Five of its reopening plan as of June 11, 2021. As shares, on June 1, 2021, for the first time since July 2020, no states were at the 15 cases per 100,000 residents threshold for the orange tier. As a result, there are no domestic travel restrictions for U.S. tourists who are also not required to be quarantined or to provide a negative COVID-19 test when traveling. It’s important to note that there are restrictions in place for non-domestic travelers, so if you’re visiting Chicago from abroad, make sure that you’ve checked the latest news concerning international travel and COVID-19 safety measures. Hopefully, the pandemic won’t change your holiday plans, because Chicago has so much to offer – from amazing attractions to one-in-a-lifetime concerts and other special events. Having that in mind, we shouldn’t be surprised that the city is home to one of the ten largest airports in America, namely the O’Hare International Airport. If that doesn’t suit you, you can always decide to fly to the Chicago Midway International Airport, which also has а respectable size. No matter how nice big airports are they often equal chaos and exhaustion. Not to mention the stress of not being sure how to get to your gate, especially when your transportation to the airport took way too long and you are running late for your flight. That is why it might be best for you to contact a transportation company and book a charter service.

Why should you book a charter service to get to O’Hare International Airport?

O’Hare International Airport is located 14 miles northwest of Chicago’s business district, covering 7,627 acres of land. To get an idea of how huge this airport is, consider the fact that it has 4 terminals and 180 gates, works with 37 different airlines, and covers 60 international and 150 domestic destinations, as shared by From a relaxing yoga room to a kid’s playground, an urban garden, shopping centers, and world-famous chefs, O’Hare’s got it all. So if you’re flying to O’Hare International, don’t miss the chance to take a walk around and indulge in shopping or have a rest at one of the airport’s restaurants. Who knows, you could even come across fun events such as cooking competitions, like the one organized by HMSHost, which was held a few years ago. And although those activities can be fun, they can also be tiring, especially if you’ve just had a long overseas flight. That is why you should consider arranging а charter service to take you to your hotel as soon as you’re ready for a rest. Having a dedicated vehicle with а polite and competent chauffeur who knows the fastest route to your accommodation means that you won’t have to stress about finding the right bus stop or metro station. Not to mention that with an airport as big as O’Hare, you could easily get lost, especially if you’ve never been to Chicago before. One important thing that you should consider when booking your transportation from the airport is the timing. If you want to spend some time enjoying the airport and its attractions (and we strongly recommend that you do), then simply talk to the transportation company and ask them to come to pick you up a few hours after your flight has landed.

Why should you book a charter service to get to Chicago Midway International Airport?

Although Chicago Midway is smaller than O’Hare, it is still a pretty big airport, located 8 miles southwest of Windy City’s downtown area. Initially, this was Chicago’s primary airport until O’Hare was built in 1955. Midway Airport consists of one terminal and 43 gates. It’s a base for Southwest Airlines and in 2019 it served 20,844,860 passengers. Just like O’Hare, Midway also has a yoga room and a mother’s room specifically designed for traveling, nursing mothers. Furthermore, you can even take a look at the airport’s art exhibition and get lost in dozens of sculptures, paintings, murals, and exhibits. To be able to fully enjoy the Midway Airport’s amenities without having to worry about finding your way to the nearest transport station, just like if you were flying to O’Hare, it’s advisable that you book a charter service ahead of time to take you to your hotel. Not only are you going to feel like a celebrity when the chauffeur holds a sign with your name on it, but you’ll also be able to relax in a comfortable vehicle while taking in your initial impressions of the Windy City. No matter which airport you choose to fly to, we surely hope you have a great time in Chicago.