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Delta flies to Chicago from many different destinations within the US. It connects Chicago with major destinations in the US, such as New York, Atlanta, Detroit, Boston and more. Altogether, it connects Chicago with more than 10 destinations.
Delta flights are always operated by either Delta itself or by its regional brand, Delta Connection.
On Delta flights to Chicago, you'll be able to fly either Economy Class, Premium Economy or First Class.
Economy Class will give you the most basic seating and service.
Premium Economy gives a few added extras (including more spacious seating).
First Class is Delta's most luxurious way to fly. It will treat you with a personal service, added amenities and larger, more spacious seats when compared to any of Delta's other cabins.
As Delta only flies short-haul domestic flights within the US to Chicago, the service is the same on all flights, no matter where you're flying to/from.
Delta is also one of the few US airlines that flies to/from both Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and Midway Airport (MDW). This means that when flying to Chicago from certain destinations, you have the option of two different airports, depending on when you want to fly.
You can get Delta flights to/from Chicago from a number of different US cities. Here are some of the most popular routes:
Delta connects Atlanta to Chicago with daily direct flights. Flights are operated by mainline Delta and fly between both Atlanta (ATL) and Chicago O'Hare (ORD) and Atlanta (ATL) and Chicago Midway (MDW).
Delta connects Atlanta to Chicago with daily non-stop flights. Flights are operated by mainline Delta and Delta Connection and fly between both Atlanta (ATL) and Chicago O'Hare (ORD), as well as Atlanta (ATL) and Chicago Midway (MDW).
Delta connects Minneapolis (MSP) to Chicago O'Hare (ORD) and Chicago Midway (MDW) with daily flights. All flights are flown by Delta Connection.
Atlanta (ATL) ➡ Chicago O'Hare (ORD) — flights with Delta
New York (JFK) ➡ Chicago O'Hare (ORD) — daily flights with Delta & Delta Connection
New York (LGA) ➡ Chicago O'Hare (ORD) — daily flights with Delta
Below is a list of all Delta destinations to/from Chicago, along with the carrier that flies the route.
|Georgia||Atlanta||Delta||ORD & MDW|
|Michigan||Detroit||Both||ORD & MDW|
|Minnesota||Minneapolis/St.Paul||Both||ORD & MDW|
|Nueva York||New York JFK||Both||ORD|
|New York LaGuardia||Delta||ORD|
|North Carolina||Raleigh/Durham||Delta Connection||ORD|
|Utah||Salt Lake City||Delta||ORD|
Delta flies direct from Chicago to several different destinations across the US, Atlanta, Boston, Cincinnati, Detroit, Minneapolis/St.Paul, New York JFK & LaGuardia, Raleigh/Durham, Salt Lake City andSeattle/Tacoma.
Deltafrom both airports in Chicago — Chicago O'Hare and Chicago Midway. Below is a breakdown of the direct flights that it offers from each airport.
Direct flights from Chicago O'Hare to: Atlanta, Boston, Cincinnati, Detroit, Minneapolis/St.Paul, New York JFK & LaGuardia, Raleigh/Durham, Salt Lake City, Seattle/Tacoma
Direct flights from Chicago Midway to: Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis/St.Paul
Delta flies from Terminal 2 at Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
Chicago Midway only has one terminal but this terminal building is split into three concourses — Concourse A, Concourse B and Concourse C.
Delta currently flies from Concourse A.
The plane that is used on the Delta Air Lines flight to and from Chicago will depend on the route that you're flying. Different routes use different aircraft. Currently, planes from the Airbus A220 family, CRJ 170 and Boeing 737-900ER are used on flights to and from Chicago. Although, the airline uses many other planes too.
You can find out which plane thatDelta is using for your flight when you book through Alternative Airlines. We display all kind of information when you select a flight, including the plane that the airline is using, the cancellation policy and the safety and cleaning measures that the airline is taking.
Buying flights to and from Chicago with Delta at Alternative Airlines is really simple. Enter either of Chicago's airports into our search form (ORD or MDW) along with the other destinations you want to fly between, the number of passengersand your dates of travel.
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Once you've found the flight that's perfect for you, select it and continue to the next page to enter your passenger details and confirm payment. It's that easy!