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Chicago Midway International Airport (IATA: MDW), also commonly known as Midway Airport, Chicago Midway or just Midway, is an international major airport located outside of Chicago in Illinois, US. The airport is the second-largest airport in the Chicago metropolitan area and also in the state of Illinois, after O'Hare International Airport. 2018 saw Midway serve 22,027,737 passengers and 243,322 aircraft operations.
Chicago Municipal Airport was established in 1927, after a history of being called Chicago Air Park since 1923. The first association with the name Midway was after its renaming in 1949, due to being renamed after the Battle of Midway. The airport has undergone many changes and renovations over the years, with different management and ownership.
The airline Southwest Airlines has it's largest focus city there, resulting in most of the traffic to the airport being dominated by the low-cost airline.
The airport is located southwest of Chicago, eight miles from the Loop. The exact location can be found on the map below:
Chicago Midway Airport offers travellers plenty of things to do while they wait for flights or have a layover. Choose from dining, retail and service options.
Nearby Hotels with free airport shuttles
Free timed WiFi
Baby care rooms
Baby change facilities
Family security fast lane
Food options including 24-hour concessions
Mobile charging stations
USO Military Lounges: This airport lounge is for active members of the military and their families. It includes free food and drinks, lounge with TV, cyber canteen, gaming station and a library area with reading materials.
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There is one main terminal at Midway Airport, with three connected concourses. Passengers can access all concourses without having to reenter security.
This concourse has 17 gates. It was renovated in 2009 to add a new walkway and food court to the concourse, as part of the modernization program.
This concourse has 23 gates.
This concourse has 3 gates.
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|Porter Airlines||Southwest Airlines|
|Ultimate Air Shuttle||Volaris|
The two below tables summarise the busiest domestic and international routes from the airport. Data taken from mayo 2018 - abril 2019.
|1||Atlanta, Georgia||452,180||Delta, Southwest|
|2||Las Vegas, Nevada||420,530||Southwest|
|5||Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota||364,220||Delta, Southwest|
|6||Phoenix-Sky Harbor, Arizona||363,340||Southwest|
|8||Los Angeles, California||288,450||Southwest|
|10||Kansas City, Missouri||275,220||Southwest|
|1||Toronto-Billy Bishop, Canada||168,723||Porter Airlines|
|5||Montego Bay, Jamaica||79,222||Southwest|
|6||Punta Cana, Dominican Republic||71,169||Southwest|
|7||León/Del Bajío, Mexico||44,691||Volaris|
It is easy for passengers to make their own way to the airport, with a variety of parking options. As you drive towards the airport, look out for signs on the roads to guide you to the airport and then to the specific parking lot.
There are both train and bus services which provide transport to the airport from the City of Chicago. Look out for the CTA Orange Line, the CTA Buses, the Pace Buses for transport to and from the airport.