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Flights from Phoenix to Chicago

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Airports in Phoenix

Phoenix is served by two airports - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. The city is primarily served by Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Located 3 miles away from downtown Phoenix, it is the largest and busiest airport in Arizona and one of the largest commercial airports in the United States. The airport offers scheduled flights to all parts of the US in addition to scheduled and seasonal flights to select major destinations worldwide. Passengers can enjoy seamless connectivity between the airport and the city of Phoenix through rental cars, taxis, intercity and interstate shuttles, public transportation, Valley Metro Rail Connection, vans, Limousines, ride-sharing, ride sharing service providers, and even bicycles. Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, located about 20 miles away from Phoenix is a reliever airport to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and only offers scheduled domestic flights.

Explore Chicago

Chicago is the most populous city in the US state of Illinois. This lakeside city along Lake Michigan is regarded as the global architecture capital because of its remarkable mix of many architectural styles like neo-Gothic, International, Chicago School and the Polish Cathedral style of church architecture. Chicago is also home to 4 out of America’s ten tallest buildings including the Willis Tower, which is the second tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. The same vivacity is visible in the city’s art museums that together showcase a remarkable range of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterpieces. Other attractions in Chicago include its vibrant music scene (comprising of Jazz, Blues, Soul, Hip-Hop and Gospel), its sandy beaches and public art.

Things to do in Chicago

Art Institute of Chicago

Founded in 1879, the Art Institute of Chicago is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States. The museum is housed inside a late 19th century building that was made exclusively for the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893. This art museum has an extensive collection of 300000 art works, including those of maestros like Pablo Picasso and Grant Wood.

Magnificent Mile

The Magnificent Mile is Chicago’s premier and most famous commercial district. This top of the line vibrant commercial zone is dotted with several shops including numerous luxury fashion outlets and upscale dining hotspots. Some popular highlights here include Tribune Tower, Chicago Water Tower, Wrigley Building skyscraper and the 100-story John Hancock Center. The Hancock Center also sports a rooftop observation deck where one can enjoy top class dining options along with a 360-degree view of the city below.

Navy Pier

The Navy Pier had debuted as an amusement area and shipping facility in 1916 but it quickly rose through the ranks to evolve as one of Chicago's most famous tourist attractions. It is now a delightful sum of 50 acres of gardens, luxury shops, fine dining restaurants and hotels and concert venues. Two star attractions here are 150 feet high Ferris wheel that offers sweeping views of the city and the Crystal Gardens, which is six-storey indoor botanical garden.

Best Time to fly to Chicago

The best times to visit Chicago are early summer and the fall season. These seasons run in April and May and in September and October respectively. One usually experiences warm and sunny days with maximum daylight hours to enjoy several cultural festivals. Those wishing save some money on their trip to Chicago can visit here in the winter season (from November to March). It is freezing cold but one can also avail cheaper hotel and flight rates.