FRIDAY JUL 19, 2024
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NEWS Jul 09, 2024 Man Urinating in Aircraft Aisle Causes American Airlines Emergency Landing On Wednesday, July 3, American Airlines Flight 3921 departed Chicago O-Hare (ORD) for Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) in New Hampshire. The roughly three-and-a-half-hour flight departed at 08:27 AM local time and was scheduled to arrive at 11:36 AM Eastern Time.  Read More →
NEWS May 31, 2024 Chicago O'Hare Unveils New Terminal Plans Six years after it was first announced, O'Hare International Airport unveiled renderings for a new concourse built in the coming years. Dubbed a "game changer for the City of Chicago", this new concourse is part of the airport's massive renovation project. Read More →
NEWS Mar 09, 2024 Possible Oil Warning Light Issue Forces United Airlines Flight to Return to Chicago A United Airlines flight from Chicago-O'Hare (ORD) to Salt Lake City (SLC) was forced to return to Chicago due to a maintenance issue on March 9. According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), there was a possible oil warning light issue. Read More →
NEWS Nov 29, 2023 United and American Take Action Against Chicago O'Hare Airport Expansion United and American Airlines are seeking Mayor Brandon Johnson's intervention to modify O'Hare Airport's expansion plans, which include a new "global terminal" for both domestic and international flights. The project, initially budgeted at $8.7 billion, is now $1.5 billion over budget, prompting the carriers to request a slowdown, scale-back, or potential grounding of the expansion. Read More →
NEWS Oct 08, 2023 American Eagle Jet Collides With Shuttle Bus in Chicago At least two people have been injured after an American Eagle flight collided with a shuttle bus at Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD). When the incident occurred, the American Eagle flight, operated by Air Wisconsin, was taxiing for departure to Dayton, Ohio. Read More →
NEWS Oct 01, 2023 Hundreds of Migrants Stuck at Chicago O'Hare Airport Chicago started using its two major airports, O'Hare Airport and Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW), as temporary shelters to accommodate the asylum seekers. Since June, almost 3,000 people have arrived by plane at Chicago's two airports. Most of them "live" at O'Hare, with a handful at Midway. Aside from poor conditions for the migrants, travelers and airline staff often wonder why the asylum seekers live in the airports. Read More →
NEWS Aug 30, 2023 Flying These Airlines to Chicago? Expect Changes! If you happen to be flying either British Airways or Scandinavian Airlines from or to Chicago soon, expect to encounter some significant, albeit temporary, changes. Read More →
NEWS Mar 27, 2023 United and Archer to Open Air Taxi Route from Chicago in 2025 Travelers to and from O'Hare will soon have an even easier time accessing the airport. Beginning in 2025 United and partner Archer Aviation will launch a new air taxi route to United's largest hub, scheming to reinvent travel altogether. Read More →
NEWS Aug 22, 2022 American Airlines Restores CRJ200 Through Partnership With Air Wisconsin Amid the retirement of American Airlines's CRJ-200s during the pandemic, American Airlines will reintroduce the 50-seater city hopper to its regional fleet mix. The airline announced a new agreement with regional carrier Air Wisconsin, basing up to 60 CRJ-200s mostly at its Chicago O'Hare hub. In exchange, Air Wisconsin will terminate services with United Express where it services United's hubs in Chicago O'Hare and Washington-Dulles. Read More →
NEWS FAA Fines Chicago $1.5 Million Just Months After $1.3 Million Fine The Federal Aviation Administration has fined the city of Chicago $1,500,000, only months after a separate $1.3 million fine. The fine comes after a plane slid off Runway 10L at Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD). An American Eagle E145LR, N619AE, operating as Envoy Airlines Flight 4215, slid off the runway in November of 2019. Read More →