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Topic: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: AmricanShamrok
Posted 2013-01-30 11:23:04 and read 10770 times.

So there have been some big developments over the past few months regarding the expansion of international service at ORD. Increased service levels mean the international terminal is reaching capacity during the peak afternoon hours with 15:30-16:00 being the busiest time this summer (as per my calculations). The chart below illustrates the gate utilisation of the International Terminal 5 for an average Sunday in July this year (times are rounded off to the nearest 30 minutes):

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ORD will offer nonstop service to 60 international destinations in 27 countries as indicated below:

ABU DHABI (AUH)
ORD-AUH
EY150 dep. (T5) 20:30, arr. 19:25+1 – daily – 77W
AUH-ORD
EY151 dep. 09:45, arr. (T5) 15:35 – daily – 77W



AMMAN (AMM)
ORD-AMM
RJ264 dep. (T5) 21:30, arr. 17:30+1 – daily – 342
AMM-ORD
RJ263 dep. 10:30, arr. (T5) 15:55 – daily – 342



AMSTERDAM (AMS)
ORD-AMS
KL612 dep. (T5) 16:10, arr. 06:55+1 - daily – 74M
UA908 dep. (T1) 18:10, arr. 09:30+1 – daily – 763
AMS-ORD
UA909 dep. 10:55, arr. (T5) 12:55 – daily – 763
KL611 dep. 12:40, arr. (T5) 14:10 – daily – 74M



ARUBA (AUA)
ORD-AUA
UA1448 dep. (T1) 08:14, arr. 14:35 – Sa – 73G
AUA-ORD
UA1650 dep. 13:50, arr. (T1) 20:34 – Sa – 73G



BARCELONA (BCN) ***
ORD-BCN ***
PK794 dep. (T5) 19:45, arr. 11:25+1 – W – 772
PK796 dep. (T5) 19:45, arr. 11:25+1 – Sa – 772
BCN-ORD ***
PK793 dep. 11:15, arr. (T5) 13:55 – W – 772
PK795 dep. 11:15, arr. (T5) 13:55 – Sa – 772




BEIJING (PEK)
ORD-PEK
UA851 dep. (T1) 12:05, arr. 14:40+1 – daily – 77E
AA187 dep. (T3) 21:15, arr. 23:30+1 – daily – 777
PEK-ORD
AA186 dep. 07:55, arr. (T5) 07:40 – daily – 777
UA850 dep. 16:10, arr. (T5) 16:25 – daily – 77E



BERLIN (TXL)
ORD-TXL
AB7421 dep. (T3) 15:25, arr. 07:00+1 – MWThSaSu – 332
TXL-ORD
AB7420 dep. 10:00, arr. (T5) 12:10 – MWThSaSu – 332



BRUSSELS (BRU)
ORD-BRU
UA972 dep. (T1) 18:00, arr. 09:00+1 – daily – 77E
BRU-ORD
UA973 dep. 11:00, arr. (T5) 12:50 – daily – 77E



CALGARY (YYC)
ORD-YYC
OO6253 dep. (T1) 08:10, arr. 10:52 – daily – CR7
OO5559 dep. (T1) 09:45, arr. 12:22 – MWFSu – CR7
OO6193 dep. (T1) 15:05, arr. 17:59 – daily – CR7
UA621 dep. (T1) 17:05, arr. 18:21 – daily – 319
WS1523 dep. (T3) 18:30, arr. 21:15 – daily – 73G
OO6213 dep. (T1) 20:05, arr. 22:51 – MWFSu – CR7
YYC-ORD
UA614 dep. 07:35, arr. (T1) 11:54 – daily – 319
OO6253 dep. 11:27, arr. (T1) 15:45 – daily – CR7
OO5559 dep. 12:58, arr. (T1) 17:15 – MWFSu – CR7
OO5627 dep. 15:28, arr. (T1) 19:45 – daily – CR7
WS1646 dep. 16:00, arr. (T3) 20:15 – daily – 73G



CANCÚN (CUN)
ORD-CUN
AA459 dep. (T3) 08:20, arr. 11:45 – daily – 73H
UA1198 dep. (T1) 09:07, arr. 12:45 – MTuThFSaSu – 73H
CUN-ORD
UA1196 dep. 12:27, arr. (T5) 16:13 – MFSaSu – 73H
AA418 dep. 12:45, arr. (T5) 16:40 – daily – 73H



COPENHAGEN (CPH)
ORD-CPH
SK944 dep. (T5) 22:05, arr. 13:20+1 – daily – 343
CPH-ORD
SK943 dep. 15:40, arr. (T5) 17:40 – daily – 343



DELHI (DEL)
ORD-DEL
AI126 dep. (T5) 13:30, arr. 15:10+1 – daily – 77W
DEL-ORD
AI127 dep. 02:00, arr. (T5) 07:25 – daily – 77W



DOHA (DOH)[/u
ORD-DOH
QR992 dep. (T3) 20:55, arr. 18:25+1 – daily – 77W
DOH-ORD
QR991 dep. 09:15, arr. (T5) 15:50 – daily – 77W



[u]DUBLIN (DUB)
ORD-DUB
EI122 dep. (T5) 15:50, arr. 05:15+1 – daily – 330
AA92 dep. (T3) 18:35, arr. 08:00+1 – daily – 763
EI124 dep. (T5) 20:00, arr. 09:25+1 – MWFSu – 332
DUB-ORD
AA93 dep. 10:00, arr. (T3) 12:10 – daily – 763
EI123 dep. 11:25, arr. (T5) 13:45 – daily – 330
EI125 dep. 15:45, arr. (T5) 18:05 – MWFSu – 332



DÜSSELDORF (DUS)
ORD-DUS
AA242 dep. (T3) 16:50, arr. 08:05+1 – daily – 763
LH437 dep. (T1) 17:35, arr. 08:45+1 – daily – 343
DUS-ORD
AA241 dep. 12:10, arr. (T5) 14:20 – daily – 763
LH436 dep. 13:00, arr. (T5) 15:05 – daily – 343



EDMONTON (YEG)
ORD-YEG
OO5607 dep. (T1) 09:45, arr. 12:25 – daily – CR7
OO6489 dep. (T1) 20:05, arr. 22:52 – daily – CR7
YEG-ORD
OO5598 dep. 07:30, arr. (T1) 12:00 – daily – CR7
OO5545 dep. 12:45, arr. (T1) 17:08 – daily – CR7



FRANKFURT (FRA)
ORD-FRA
UA944 dep. (T1) 14:20, arr. 05:45+1 – daily – 77E
LH431 dep. (T1) 15:40, arr. 06:50+1 – daily – 744
UA940 dep. (T1) 18:15, arr. 09:45+1 – daily – 77E
LH433 dep. (T1) 22:15, arr. 13:25+1 – daily – 744
FRA-ORD
UA945 dep. 08:10, arr. (T5) 10:15 – daily – 77E
LH430 dep. 10:40, arr. (T5) 12:40 – daily – 744
UA941 dep. 12:45, arr. (T5) 14:55 – daily – 77E
LH432 dep. 17:25, arr. (T5) 19:55 – daily – 744



GRAND CAYMAN (GCM)
ORD-GCM
KX505 dep. (T5) 13:15, arr. 17:05 – WSu – 733
GCM-ORD
KX504 dep. 08:10, arr. (T5) 12:00 – WSu – 733



GUADALAJARA (GDL)
ORD-GDL
AM661 dep. (T5) 02:40, arr. 06:35 – MTuSaSu – 737
GDL-ORD
AM660 dep. 21:20, arr. (T5) 01:20+1 – MFSaSu – 737



GUATEMALA CITY (GUA)
ORD-GUA
TA589 dep. (T5) 03:05, arr. 06:25 – MWSu – 320
GUA-ORD
TA588 dep. 20:30, arr. (T5) 01:50+1 – TuSaSu – 320



HALIFAX (YHZ)
ORD-YHZ
XE5951 dep. (T1) 18:15, arr. 23:06 – daily – ERJ
YHZ-ORD
XE6043 dep. 12:43, arr. (T1) 14:05 – daily – ERJ



HELSINKI (HEL)
ORD-HEL
AA130 dep. (T3) 15:35, arr. 08:30+1 – daily – 763
HEL-ORD
AA131 dep. 14:10, arr. (T5) 15:35 – daily – 763



HONG KONG
ORD-HKG
UA895 dep. (T1) 12:30, arr. 17:20+1 – daily – 77E
CX807 dep. (T5) 15:25, arr. 20:00+1 – daily – 77W
HKG-ORD
UA896 dep. 11:40, arr. (T5) 13:40 – daily – 77E
CX806 dep. 11:50, arr. (T5) 13:45 – daily – 77W



ISTANBUL (IST)
ORD-IST
TK6 dep. (T5) 22:20, arr. 17:05+1 – daily – 330
IST-ORD
TK5 dep. 13:15, arr. 17:10 – daily – 330



LIBERIA (LIR)
ORD-LIR
UA1633 dep. (T1) 08:10, arr. 12:11 – Sa – 73G
LIR-ORD
UA1576 dep. 13:20, arr. (T5) 19:23 – Sa – 73G



LONDON, ENGLAND (LHR)
ORD-LHR
AA90 dep. (T3) 09:00, arr. 22:45 – daily – 763
UA958 dep. (T1) 16:05, arr. 05:55+1 – daily – 77E
BA294 dep. (T5) 17:00, arr. 06:40+1 – daily – 777
VS40 dep. (T5) 18:00, arr. 08:00+1 – daily – 333
AA86 dep. (T3) 18:05, arr. 07:50+1 – daily – 777
UA928 dep. (T1) 18:20, arr. 08:25+1 – daily – 763
AA46 dep. (T3) 19:20, arr. 09:00+1 – daily – 777
BA296 dep. (T5) 20:35, arr. 10:00+1 – daily – 777
UA938 dep. (T1) 21:10, arr. 11:15+1 – daily – 763
AA98 dep. (T3) 21:40, arr. 11:25+1 – daily – 777
LHR-ORD
AA99 dep. 07:45, arr. (T5) 10:10 – daily – 777
UA929 dep. 07:45, arr. (T5) 10:10 – daily – 77E
AA87 dep. 10:10, arr. (T5) 13:10 – daily – 763
VS39 dep. 11:00, arr. (T5) 13:55 – daily – 333
BA295 dep. 11:50, arr. (T5) 14:20 – daily – 777
UA949 dep. 12:20, arr. (T5) 15:15 – daily – 763
AA47 dep. 12:50, arr. (T5) 15:35 – daily – 777
UA959 dep. 15:20, arr. (T5) 18:15 – daily – 763
BA297 dep. 15:45, arr. (T5) 18:05 – daily – 777
AA91 dep. 17:15, arr. (T5) 20:15 – daily – 763



LONDON, ONTARIO (YXU)
ORD-YXU
OO5508 dep. (T1) 14:00, arr. 16:18 – MWFSu – CRJ
OO5644 dep. (T1) 18:50, arr. 21:08 – daily – CRJ
YXU-ORD
OO5520 dep. 06:45, arr. (T5) 07:17 – daily – CRJ
OO5508 dep. 16:53, arr. (T5) 17:25 – daily – CRJ



MADRID (MAD)
ORD-MAD
IB6274 dep. (T3) 16:40, arr. 07:40+1 – daily – 346
MAD-ORD
IB6275 dep. 11:55, arr. (T5) 14:15 – daily – 346



MANCHESTER, ENGLAND (MAN)
ORD-MAN
AA54 dep. (T3) 18:05, arr. 07:50+1 – daily – 752
MAN-ORD
AA55 dep. 10:40, arr. (T5) 13:20 – daily – 752



MEXICO CITY (MEX)
ORD-MEX
AM683 dep. (T5) 01:05, arr. 05:25 – MTuThSaSu – 737
AA1597 dep. (T3) 09:00, arr. 13:00 – daily – 73H
UA359 dep. (T1) 09:45, arr. 13:50 – daily – 319
AM687 dep. (T5) 15:15, arr. 20:15 – daily – 737
MEX-ORD
UA474 dep. 07:30, arr. (T5) 11:35 – daily – 319
AM686 dep. 10:45, arr. (T5) 14:40 – daily – 737
AA596 dep. 14:10, arr. (T5) 18:10 – daily – 73H
AM682 dep. 19:05, arr. (T5) 23:00 – TuThFSaSu – 737



MONTEGO BAY (MBJ)
ORD-MBJ
F939 dep. (T5) 07:45, arr. 11:49 – Su – 320
AA843 dep. (T3) 08:10, arr. 12:00 – SaSu – 73H
UA672 dep. (T1) 10:15, arr. 14:17 – Sa – 320
MBJ-ORD
UA423 dep. 12:20, arr. (T5) 16:31 – Sa – 320
F938 dep. 12:45, arr. (T5) 17:15 – Su – 320
AA844 dep. 13:35, arr. (T5) 18:00 – SaSu – 73H



MONTERREY (MTY)
ORD-MTY
5D671 dep. (T5) 14:25, arr. 18:00 – daily – EMJ
MTY-ORD
5D670 dep. 10:00, arr. (T5) 13:25 – daily – EMJ



MONTRÉAL (YUL)
ORD-YUL
QK8652 dep. (T2) 09:25, arr. 12:22 – daily – CRA
MQ4127 dep. (T3) 09:50, arr. 12:55 – daily – ERD
MQ3942 dep. (T3) 12:45, arr. 15:45 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
QK8654 dep. (T2) 13:05, arr. 16:06 – MTuWThFSu – CRA
AC520 dep. (T2) 15:45, arr. 18:53 – MTuWThFSu – E75
MQ4135 dep. (T3) 15:45, arr. 18:50 – daily – ER4
AC522 dep. (T2) 19:45, arr. 22:41 – MTuWThFSu – E75
MQ4251 dep. (T3) 20:40, arr. 23:45 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
S53464 dep. (T1) 21:00, arr. 23:58 – daily – E70
YUL-ORD
QK8651 dep. 07:20, arr. (T2) 08:31 – daily – CRA
S53493 dep. 08:00, arr. (T1) 09:36 – SaSu – E70
MQ4151 dep. 10:55, arr. (T3) 12:20 – daily – ER4
QK8653 dep. 11:15, arr. (T2) 12:26 – MTuWThFSu – CRA
AC519 dep. 13:45, arr. (T2) 14:56 – MTuWThFSu – E75
MQ3969 dep. 14:00, arr. (T3) 15:30 – daily – ERD
MQ4298 dep. 16:20, arr. (T3) 17:55 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
AC521 dep. 17:40, arr. (T2) 18:51 – MTuWThFSu – E75
XE6020 dep. 18:36, arr. (T1) 20:10 – MTuWThFSu – ERJ
MQ4079 dep. 19:35, arr. (T3) 21:05 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
QK8659 dep. 19:40, arr. (T2) 20:51 – MTuWThFSu – CRA



MUNICH (MUC)
ORD-MUC
UA124 dep. (T1) 17:50, arr. 09:50+1 – daily – 764
LH435 dep. (T1) 20:50, arr. 12:30+1 – daily – 346
MUC-ORD
UA125 dep. 12:20, arr. (T5) 15:15 – daily – 764
LH434 dep. 15:35, arr. (T5) 18:20 – daily – 346



NASSAU (NAS)
ORD-NAS
OO5494 dep. (T1) 08:50, arr. 13:02 – Sa – CR7
NAS-ORD
OO5495 dep. 13:50, arr. (T1) 16:16 – Sa – CR7



OTTAWA (YOW)
ORD-YOW
OO5544 dep. (T1) 08:00, arr. 10:51 – daily – CRJ
MQ3907 dep. (T3) 09:50, arr. 12:40 – daily – ER4
OO6297 dep. (T1) 13:30, arr. 16:20 – MTuWThFSu – CRJ
MQ4097 dep. (T3) 15:25, arr. 18:20 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
OO6254 dep. (T1) 16:00, arr. 18:59 – daily – CRJ
S53512 dep. (T1) 18:00, arr. 20:58 – MTuWThSu – E70
OO5562 dep. (T1) 21:00, arr. 23:52 – MTuWThFSu – CRJ
MQ4098 dep. (T3) 21:25, arr. 00:15+1 – MTuWThFSu – ERD
YOW-ORD
MQ4264 dep. 06:45, arr. (T3) 08:00 – daily – ER4
OO5622 dep. 07:00, arr. (T1) 08:11 – daily – CRJ
OO6525 dep. 09:00, arr. (T1) 10:31 – daily – CRJ
OO5544 dep. 12:00, arr. (T1) 13:11 – daily – CRJ
MQ3913 dep. 13:15, arr. (T3) 14:30 – daily – ER4
OO6297 dep. 17:00, arr. (T1) 18:13 – MTuWThFSu – CRJ
MQ4302 dep. 19:00, arr. (T3) 20:15 – MTuWThFSu – ER4



PANAMA CITY (PTY)
ORD-PTY
CM236 dep. (T5) 09:06, arr. 14:38 – daily – 73G
PTY-ORD
CM235, dep. 18:34, arr. (T5) 00:06+1 – daily – 73G



PARIS (CDG)
ORD-CDG
AF667 dep. (T5) 17:10, arr. 08:20+1 – daily – 332
AA42 dep. (T3) 17:50, arr. 09:10+1 – daily – 763
UA942 dep. (T1) 18:00, arr. 09:25+1 – daily – 763
CDG-ORD
UA943 dep. 11:15, arr. (T5) 13:30 – daily – 763
AA41 dep. 12:10, arr. (T5) 14:20 – daily – 763
AF490 dep. 13:30, arr. (T5) 15:30 – daily – 332



PUERTO VALLARTA (PVR)
ORD-PVR
F935 dep. (T5) 09:05, arr. 13:40 – Tu – 320
UA987 dep. (T1) 09:35, arr. 13:56 – Sa – 319
PVR-ORD
F934 dep. 14:35, arr. (T5) 18:33 – Tu – 320
UA986 dep. 14:55, arr. (T5) 18:57 – Sa – 319



PUNTA CANA (PUJ)
ORD-PUJ
F940 dep. (T5) 06:40, arr. 12:10 – MWSa – 320
UA389 dep. (T1) 09:35, arr. 15:09 – Sa – 320
PUJ-ORD
F941 dep. 13:10, arr. (T5) 17:15 – MWSa – 320
UA545 dep. 13:41, arr. (T5) 17:30 – Sa – 320



QUÉBEC CITY (YQB)
ORD-YQB
XE6019 dep. (T1) 13:10, arr. 16:31 – daily – ERJ
XE5926 dep. (T1) 18:15, arr. 21:42 – daily – ERJ
YQB-ORD
XE5927 dep. 08:40, arr. (T5) 10:17 – daily – ERJ
XE6126 dep. 15:45, arr. (T5) 17:24 – daily – ERJ



REGINA (YQR)
ORD-YQR
OO5561 dep. (T1) 17:10, arr. 19:08 – daily – CRJ
YQR-ORD
OO6425 dep. 08:12, arr. (T5) 11:30 – daily CRJ



ROME (FCO)
ORD-FCO
AZ629 dep. (T5) 15:40, arr. 08:10+1 – MTuFSaSu – 332
AA110 dep. (T3) 17:05, arr. 09:25+1 – daily – 763
FCO-ORD
AZ628 dep. 10:00, arr. (T5) 13:40 – MTuFSaSu – 332
AA111 dep. 11:15, arr. (T5) 15:00 – daily – 763



SAN JOSÉ DEL CABO (SJD)
ORD-SJD
UA346 dep. (T1) 08:47, arr. 12:17 – SaSu – 319
SJD-ORD
UA426 dep. 13:12, arr. (T5) 18:18 – SaSu – 319



SAN JOSÉ, COSTA RICA (SJO)
ORD-SJO
UA1187 dep. (T1) 08:15, arr. 12:21 – Sa - 738
SJO-ORD
UA1651 dep. 13:05, arr. (T5) 19:24 – Sa – 738



SÃO PAULO (GRU)
ORD-GRU
UA845 dep. (T1) 21:30, arr. 09:45+1 – daily – 77E
GRU-ORD
UA844 dep. 21:10, arr. (T5) 05:35+1 – daily – 77E



SEOUL (ICN)
ORD-ICN
OZ235 dep. (T5) 12:00, arr. 16:00+1 – MWFSu – 77L
KE38 dep. (T5) 12:45, arr. 16:25+1 – daily – 77W
ICN-ORD
OZ236 dep. 11:00, arr. (T5) 09:50 – MWFSu – 77L
KE37 dep. 11:40, arr. (T5) 10:35 – daily – 77W



SHANGHAI (PVG)
ORD-PVG
UA835 dep. (T1) 10:35, arr. 13:55+1 – daily – 77E
AA289 dep. (T3) 10:40, arr. 14:05+1 – daily – 777
PVG-ORD
UA836 dep. 15:55, arr. (T5) 16:40 – daily – 77E
AA288 dep. 16:10, arr. (T5) 16:50 – daily – 777



SHANNON (SNN)
ORD-SNN
UA66 dep. (T1) 18:05, arr. 07:35+1 – MThFSaSu – 752
SNN-ORD
UA67 dep. 11:00, arr. (T1) 13:05 – MTuFSaSu – 752



ST. MARTIN (SXM)
ORD-SXM
UA771 dep. (T1) 08:44, arr. 14:54 – Sa – 320
SXM-ORD
UA216 dep. 13:27, arr. (T5) 18:05 – Sa – 320



STOCKHOLM (ARN)
ORD-ARN
SK946 dep. (T5) 16:25, arr. 07:50+1 – daily – 333
ARN-ORD
SK945 dep. 10:20, arr. (T5) 12:20 – daily – 333



THUNDER BAY (YQT)
ORD-YQT
OO5577 dep. (T1) 18:00, arr. 20:40 – daily – CRJ
YQT-ORD
OO5542 dep. 06:00, arr. 06:35 – daily – CRJ



TOKYO (NRT)
ORD-NRT
NH11 dep. (T1) 10:00, arr. 13:45+1 – daily – 77W
JL9 dep. (T3) 11:10, arr. 14:15+1 – daily – 77W
UA881 dep. (T1) 13:00, arr. 16:00+1 – daily – 77E
AA153 dep. (T3) 13:50, arr. 16:40+1 – daily – 777
NH1011 dep. (T1) 17:30, arr. 20:25+1 – daily – 777
NRT-ORD
NH12 dep. 10:45, arr. (T5) 08:20 – daily – 77W
JL10 dep. 11:00, arr. (T5) 08:40 – daily – 77W
UA882 dep. 16:30, arr. (T5) 14:15 – daily – 77E
NH1012 dep. 17:15, arr. (T5) 14:50 – daily – 777
AA154 dep. 18:15, arr. (T5) 16:00 – daily – 777



TORONTO (YYZ)
ORD-YYZ
MQ3608 dep. (T3) 06:00, arr. 08:30 – daily – CR7
MQ3615 dep. (T3) 08:30, arr. 11:00 – daily – CR7
AC840 dep. (T2) 08:40, arr. 11:10 – daily – E75
QK8648 dep. (T2) 10:30, arr. 12:58 – Su – CRA
MQ4102 dep. (T3) 12:35, arr. 15:10 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
UA228 dep. (T1) 13:10, arr. 15:42 – Su – 320
MQ3782 dep. (T3) 14:00, arr. 16:35 – daily – CR7
AC508 dep. (T3) 16:00, arr. 18:30 – MTuWThFSu – E75
S53480 dep. (T1) 16:00, arr. 18:32 – MTuWThSu – E70
MQ4077 dep. (T3) 16:05, arr. 18:47 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
QK8666 dep. (T2) 17:35, arr. 20:05 – SaSu – CRA
UA843 dep. (T1) 18:15, arr. 20:59 – Su – 319
AC512 dep. (T2) 19:15, arr. 21:44 – daily – E75
MQ3874 dep. (T3) 19:45, arr. 22:10 – daily – CR7
S53483 dep. (T1) 21:00, arr. 23:26 – MTuWThSaSu – E70
MQ3714 dep. (T3) 21:40, arr. 00:10+1 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
YYZ-ORD
MQ3849 dep. 06:15, arr. (T3) 07:00 – daily – CR7
S53509 dep. 06:30, arr. (T1) 07:11 – MWFSu – E70
AC501 dep. 07:25, arr. (T2) 08:05 – daily – E75
UA547 dep. 08:00, arr. (T1) 08:47 – daily – 319
QK8649 dep. 09:15, arr. (T2) 09:50 – Su – CRA
MQ3609 dep. 09:20, arr. (T3) 10:15 – daily – CR7
MQ3784 dep. 11:45, arr. (T3) 12:25 – daily – CR7
AC507 dep. 14:45, arr. (T2) 15:24 – MTuWThFSu – E75
OO6229 dep. 15:00, arr. (T1) 15:49 – Su – CR7
MQ4034 dep. 15:35, arr. (T3) 16:25 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
QK8665 dep. 16:20, arr. (T2) 17:00 – SaSu - CRA
MQ3783 dep. 17:10, arr. (T3) 17:55 – daily – CR7
UA582 dep. 17:30, arr. (T1) 18:12 – Su – 320
AC511 dep. 17:55, arr. (T2) 18:35 – daily – E75
MQ4112 dep. 18:35, arr. (T3) 19:25 – daily – ER4
S53480 dep. 19:20, arr. (T1) 20:02 – MTuWThSu – E70
MQ4171 dep. 20:55, arr. (T3) 21:35 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
AC513 dep. 21:00, arr. (T2) 21:13 – TuSu – E75



VANCOUVER (YVR)
ORD-YVR
WS1747 dep. (T3) 08:45, arr. 11:24 – daily – 73G
UA287 dep. (T1) 09:45, arr. 12:09 – daily – 319
UA221 dep. (T1) 15:10, arr. 17:51 – daily – 319
UA619 dep. (T1) 17:15, arr. 19:41 – daily – 319
UA325 dep. (T1) 20:00, arr. 22:44 – MTuWFSu – 319
YVR-ORD
UA686 dep. 06:30, arr. (T1) 12:29 – daily – 319
UA620 dep. 08:29, arr. (T1) 14:29 – daily – 319
UA246 dep. 11:00, arr. (T1) 17:02 – MWFSu – 320
WS1688 dep. 11:40, arr. (T3) 17:39 – daily – 73G
UA298 dep. 13:48, arr. (T1) 19:47 – daily – 319



VIENNA (VIE)
ORD-VIE
VO66 dep. (T5) 16:00, arr. 08:40+1 – MWFSaSu – 763
VIE-ORD
VO65 dep. 10:25, arr. (T5) 13:40 – MWFSaSu – 763



WARSAW (WAW)
ORD-WAW
LO2 dep. (T5) 17:25, arr. 09:40+1 – daily – 788
LO4 dep. (T5) 21:50, arr. 14:05+1 – MThSa – 788
WAW-ORD
LO1 dep. 12:35, arr. (T5) 15:20 – daily – 788
LO3 dep. 16:55, arr. (T5) 19:40 – MTuSa – 788



WINNIPEG (YWG)
ORD-YWG
XE5930 dep. (T1) 09:50, arr. 12:09 – daily – ERJ
XE5928 dep. (T1) 12:00, arr. 14:19 – daily – ERJ
XE5952 dep. (T1) 15:05, arr. 17:15 – daily – ERJ
OO5491 dep. (T1) 17:15, arr. 19:30 – daily – CRJ
XE5942 dep. (T1) 20:00, arr. 22:19 – daily – ERJ
YWG-ORD
XE5945 dep. 07:00, arr. (T1) 09:05 – daily – ERJ
XE5970 dep. 09:45, arr. (T1) 11:51 – daily – ERJ
XE5930 dep. 12:44, arr. (T1) 14:58 – daily – ERJ
XE5928 dep. 14:45, arr. (T1) 16:59 – daily – ERJ
XE5952 dep. 17:45, arr. (T1) 19:53 – daily – ERJ



WATERLOO (YKF)
ORD-YKF
MQ4161 dep. (T3) 13:20, arr. 15:55 – daily – ER4
MQ4211 dep. (T3) 19:50, arr. 22:15 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
YKF-ORD
MQ4210 dep. 06:20, arr. (T5) 06:45 – MTuWThFSu – ER4
MQ4153 dep. 16:40, arr. (T5) 17:15 – MTuWThFSu – ER4



ZÜRICH (ZRH)
ORD-ZRH
LX2609 dep. (T5) 14:40, arr. 06:20+1 – TuThSaSu – 333
LX9 dep. (T5) 19:25, arr. 11:00+1 – daily – 333
ZRH-ORD
LX2608 dep. 09:55, arr. (T5) 12:35 – TuThSaSu – 333
LX8 dep. 12:55, arr. (T5) 15:40 – daily - 333



***Provisional schedule, subject to change
Also, times are provided as a guide only just to give an idea of frequency (Canadian destinations may be a bit sketchy in this regard – apologies)

The major changes on last summer:
→ New/resuming routes to
Barcelona (Pakistan International Airlines)
Berlin (Air Berlin)
Doha (Qatar Airways)
Düsseldorf (American Airlines)
Nassau (United Express)
Shannon (United Airlines)
Thunder Bay (United Express)
Vienna (Austrian Airlines)

→ United Airlines upgauges Brussels from 767-300ER to 777-200ER

→ Aer Lingus increases Dublin frequency from daily to 11 weekly

→ Lufthansa upgauges its second daily Frankfurt flight from A340-300 to 747-400

→ Cayman Airways goes from winter-only to year-round on Grand Cayman flights

→ United Airlines downguages Hong Kong and Tokyo from 747-400 to 777-200ER

→ Virgin Atlantic Airways downgauges London (LHR) from A340-600 to A330-300

→ American Airlines downgauges Manchester (MAN) from 767-300ER to 757-200

→ United Airlines downguages Munich from 777-200ER to 767-400ER

→ Alitalia change of guage on Rome from 767-300ER to A330-200 following the retirement of the former

→ United Airlines and All Nippon Airways switch the later Tokyo rotation meaning United is now daily and ANA is twice daily

→ Hainan Airlines will begin nonstop Beijing flights in September (excluded from the above timetable as not operational for first five months of season)

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: stlgph
Posted 2013-01-30 11:37:31 and read 10672 times.

Neat post, thank you.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: jfk777
Posted 2013-01-30 11:41:38 and read 10644 times.

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):
LONDON, ENGLAND (LHR)
ORD-LHR
AA90 dep. (T3) 09:00, arr. 22:45 – daily – 763
UA958 dep. (T1) 16:05, arr. 05:55+1 – daily – 77E
BA294 dep. (T5) 17:00, arr. 06:40+1 – daily – 777
VS40 dep. (T5) 18:00, arr. 08:00+1 – daily – 333
AA86 dep. (T3) 18:05, arr. 07:50+1 – daily – 777
UA928 dep. (T1) 18:20, arr. 08:25+1 – daily – 763
AA46 dep. (T3) 19:20, arr. 09:00+1 – daily – 777
BA296 dep. (T5) 20:35, arr. 10:00+1 – daily – 777
UA938 dep. (T1) 21:10, arr. 11:15+1 – daily – 763
AA98 dep. (T3) 21:40, arr. 11:25+1 – daily – 777
LHR-ORD
AA99 dep. 07:45, arr. (T5) 10:10 – daily – 777
UA929 dep. 07:45, arr. (T5) 10:10 – daily – 77E
AA87 dep. 10:10, arr. (T5) 13:10 – daily – 763
VS39 dep. 11:00, arr. (T5) 13:55 – daily – 333
BA295 dep. 11:50, arr. (T5) 14:20 – daily – 777
UA949 dep. 12:20, arr. (T5) 15:15 – daily – 763
AA47 dep. 12:50, arr. (T5) 15:35 – daily – 777
UA959 dep. 15:20, arr. (T5) 18:15 – daily – 763
BA297 dep. 15:45, arr. (T5) 18:05 – daily – 777
AA91 dep. 17:15, arr. (T5) 20:15 – daily – 763

IS AA86/87 a 777 ORD to LHR but a 763 from LHR to ORD ? Shouldn't that be a 777 ?

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: stlgph
Posted 2013-01-30 11:44:18 and read 10606 times.

Oh yeah, what about Frontier Airlines and their charter flights? Do they just end up wherever?

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: tjwgrr
Posted 2013-01-30 11:53:15 and read 10555 times.

Very cool- that must have taken you quite some time to put together. Good work!

Here's a quick reference map for terminal 5 at ORD for those interested or not familiar:

http://www.flychicago.com/SiteCollectionImages/map/ord/map_ORD_Terminal5.png

[Edited 2013-01-30 11:58:29]

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: thomasphoto60
Posted 2013-01-30 11:56:28 and read 10515 times.

Impressive, amazing how ORD has exploded over the past few decades........maybe one day IAH will grow up and be just like ORD.......... (though I doubt I'll still be breathin )  

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: EricR
Posted 2013-01-30 11:57:00 and read 10515 times.

What's up with M14?

I know there is always talk of expanding T5, but when looking at the chart above, it seems to make more sense at building out FIS facilities in T3 and T1 to accommodate some of the international flights for AA/UA and some of their partners during peak times. If you expand T5, you will end up with a facility that is largely underutilized except between the hours of noon to 6pm. But who knows.....maybe it is a cheaper option that trying to accommodate FIS facilities in T1 & T3.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: jcwr56
Posted 2013-01-30 12:21:26 and read 10345 times.

Not bad AS, not bad at all.

Saturday would have been a better reflection. I rate days from busiest to slowest and Sunday falls in 3 of 7.

We actually still have some room between 15:30 and 16:00 if need be. Now I know people will argue the point but it's not full.

Hainan from a gating perspective does make a difference in September when looking over the entire season between flight schedules and approvals to operate. Matter of fact, from a landing rights standpoint, September is being used as a base line since July, August and September are the same operational wise and immigration throughput is being factored in now.

One thing I did notice, AM will op 2 trips AM670/671 and AM686/687 with both a 737 a/c iso of the E190 and they'll overlap each other.

overall....8/10!

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: jcwr56
Posted 2013-01-30 12:27:18 and read 10320 times.

Quoting EricR (Reply 6):
What's up with M14?

This terminal was built when AA and UA were using the M11's and 763's.

So when looking at the map, I could gate M13a, M14, M15a, M16a, M17 with 763's. However, with the changes to larger aircraft, it's now gating as M13, M15, M16 and M17a. M14 becomes a dead gate to use.

Hope that clears it up.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: Cubsrule
Posted 2013-01-30 12:32:33 and read 10275 times.

Quoting jcwr56 (Reply 8):
M14 becomes a dead gate to use.

Is M14 a no-go even for the YQB, YKF and YXU 50 seaters?

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: mariner
Posted 2013-01-30 12:48:59 and read 10192 times.

Quoting stlgph (Reply 3):
Oh yeah, what about Frontier Airlines and their charter flights? Do they just end up wherever?

The (scheduled) Frontier flights to ORD-PUJ/PVR are there. Scheduled ORD-SJD and ORD-HUX are missing.

I don't think that CUN counts because its Apple charter only - Frontier doesn't offer seats independently. And although ORD-MBJ shows on the route map, the Frontier website won't let me book it.

mariner

[Edited 2013-01-30 12:55:44]

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: point2point
Posted 2013-01-30 12:51:26 and read 10178 times.

WOW!

Thanks for all of this work. Quite notable piece put together here.

Even though ORD traffic isn't as high as ATL (usually ranking third or fouth in total pax in the world and second in total operations), and it isn't quite the tops (ranking maybe third or fourth in the U.S.) in total nonstop international destinations or international pax as some other airports around the world, or that it ranks third (after ATL and DEN) in total domestic nonstop destinations - still - ORD has got to be the best balanced airport in the world.

I've pretty much thought that between the number of nonstop destinations both U.S. and international, and the frequencies that it can generate to these destinations, ORD has probably got to be tops in preference for both the O&D to/from the Chicago area, as well as tops among pax needing to transfer, either domestically or internationally.

Now...... ORD has also journeyed a long way these past few years at alleviating delays..... but yet has some ways to go with this. And we know the politics of more gate space. With that, delays and crowding are probably the biggest hindrances at keeping ORD from being the top airport in the world in a number of metrics.

I have to also say that ORD is phenomenal in what it currently does, and if it could solve or even improve upon these current restraints, ORD is the one airport in the U.S. that really could at some point be the preferred airport of more and more of those air travelers out there.

 

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: mke717spotter
Posted 2013-01-30 13:18:40 and read 10045 times.

Well, I really wish LO would bring back ORD-KRK, at least for the summer, but no one seems to think that's going to happen. I know of quite a few people living around Milwaukee that found that service pretty convenient since they were from Krakow.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: scutfarcus
Posted 2013-01-30 13:19:41 and read 10044 times.

Pretty cool. Now if they would just put some food options beyond security! I flew out of ORD last year and was shocked to find only a kiosk for food... had doritos for dinner. not cool.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: MSPNWA
Posted 2013-01-30 13:33:29 and read 9941 times.

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):

Nice work, thank you! I hadn't even seen the news of NH's 2nd 77W, so that's cool.

Still, what hurts to see is all those 777s in routes that were 747s not long ago. Miss the Queen . . .

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: dc9northwest
Posted 2013-01-30 13:35:19 and read 9928 times.

Quoting scutfarcus (Reply 13):

Pretty cool. Now if they would just put some food options beyond security! I flew out of ORD last year and was shocked to find only a kiosk for food... had doritos for dinner. not cool.

They're planning to do just that. The problem? By the time they're done there won't be anything before security except Starbucks (I think) anywhere at ORD. Which for the 2nd busiest airport in the US wouldn't be great...

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: jcwr56
Posted 2013-01-30 13:40:38 and read 9888 times.

Quoting scutfarcus (Reply 13):
Pretty cool. Now if they would just put some food options beyond security! I flew out of ORD last year and was shocked to find only a kiosk for food... had doritos for dinner. not cool.

By the end of summer (yeah, I know) all food, duty free will be on the airfield side. They are moving the checkpoint.

Here's a link.

http://www.chicagot5.com/main/

Quoting Cubsrule (Reply 9):
Quoting jcwr56 (Reply 8):M14 becomes a dead gate to use.

Is M14 a no-go even for the YQB, YKF and YXU 50 seaters?

Yes, one suggestion I came up with is to duel park the RJ's within the same gate (staggered) so we're not using an end gate to handle a RJ during peak times.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: Cubsrule
Posted 2013-01-30 13:46:59 and read 9852 times.

Quoting jcwr56 (Reply 16):
Yes, one suggestion I came up with is to duel park the RJ's within the same gate (staggered) so we're not using an end gate to handle a RJ during peak times.

The other approach would be to do what NW did in DTW for a while and bus from a hardstand in Terminals 1, 2 or 3. UA has RJ hardstands and it wouldn't be hard for them. AA is all jet bridge, so a bit harder for them.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: AmricanShamrok
Posted 2013-01-30 13:47:32 and read 9853 times.

Quoting jfk777 (Reply 2):
IS AA86/87 a 777 ORD to LHR but a 763 from LHR to ORD ? Shouldn't that be a 777 ?

Yeah I noticed this when I was compiling the list and it seems it's correct. From looking at the GDS, AA will run AA90 (ORD-LHR) and AA87, AA91 (LHR-ORD) as 763s. So one rotation must be on a W pattern through LHR from another hub.

Quoting stlgph (Reply 3):
Oh yeah, what about Frontier Airlines and their charter flights? Do they just end up wherever?

The charter flights aren't listed but the ones F9 sell directly (MBJ, PVR etc.) are.

Quoting jcwr56 (Reply 7):
Not bad AS, not bad at all.

Saturday would have been a better reflection. I rate days from busiest to slowest and Sunday falls in 3 of 7.

A lot of my information is coming from your posts on here so my thanks to you! I chose Sunday because I could get the 2x EI rotations, 2x LX rotations and some other more interesting movements in that would not be operating on Saturdays.

Quoting jcwr56 (Reply 8):
M13a, M14, M15a, M16a, M17

Are there "subgates" at M13, M15 and M16? I.e. is there any difference between M13/M13A, M15/M15A, M16/M16A?

Quoting mariner (Reply 10):
The (scheduled) Frontier flights to ORD-PUJ/PVR are there. Scheduled ORD-SJD and ORD-HUX are missing.

I believe HUX and SJD are seasonal, i.e. winter only.

Quoting scutfarcus (Reply 13):

Pretty cool. Now if they would just put some food options beyond security!

It's already happening:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U28eE9ZjiWw

[Edited 2013-01-30 13:49:53]

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: mariner
Posted 2013-01-30 13:52:00 and read 9828 times.

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Reply 18):
I believe HUX and SJD are seasonal, i.e. winter only.

Yes, they are.

mariner

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: _AA_777_MAN
Posted 2013-01-30 13:58:35 and read 9785 times.

Quoting MSPNWA (Reply 14):
I hadn't even seen the news of NH's 2nd 77W

I think the schedule shows the 2nd flight as a 77E.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: kordcj
Posted 2013-01-30 13:59:58 and read 9783 times.

Quoting MSPNWA (Reply 14):
Still, what hurts to see is all those 777s in routes that were 747s not long ago. Miss the Queen . . .

Who would have guessed that LH would become the largest 747 operator at ORD! Times have surely changed. I hope the city is doing something to woo people to move back and use the airport, still a long ways off peak numbers of 2005-07.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: brilondon
Posted 2013-01-30 14:02:05 and read 9749 times.

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):
LONDON, ONTARIO (ORD-YXU-ORD
OO5520 dep. 06:45, arr. (T5) 07:17 – daily – CRJ
OO5508 dep. 16:53, arr. (T5) 17:25 – daily – CRJ


There is something screwy about this schedule. It should only show flight OO5508 flying ORD departing on MWFSu not daily.

This was really well done, thanks for all the work.

[Edited 2013-01-30 14:02:53]

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: MSPNWA
Posted 2013-01-30 14:09:33 and read 9711 times.

Quoting _AA_777_MAN (Reply 20):
I think the schedule shows the 2nd flight as a 77E.

I had looked up an article that said it was going to be a 77W, but yeah, I see it's scheduled to be a 777 now.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: AmricanShamrok
Posted 2013-01-30 14:14:08 and read 9674 times.

Quoting brilondon (Reply 22):
There is something screwy about this schedule. It should only show flight OO5508 flying ORD departing on MWFSu not daily.

Canadian flights (like many US domestic flights) frequently change their schedules for different days - mostly stupidly changing flight times by just a few minutes on particular days - and that makes it harder to compile a standard weekly timetable.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: BlueLine
Posted 2013-01-30 14:26:21 and read 9807 times.

Quoting jcwr56 (Reply 16):
Yes, one suggestion I came up with is to duel park the RJ's within the same gate (staggered) so we're not using an end gate to handle a RJ during peak times.

Could the afternoon MQ and OO arrivals come in at one of the T5 remote stands? These flights don't use a jet bridge, and an AA/UA employee bus can be sent over there to bring pax to the terminal. The inbounds go quickly, with it taking more time to stage and store equipment than to deplane and unload baggage.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: timberwolf24
Posted 2013-01-30 18:39:35 and read 9400 times.

Has OZ decided not to go daily to ICN?

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: United787
Posted 2013-01-31 06:46:04 and read 7862 times.

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Reply 18):
It's already happening:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U28eE...ZjiWw

That is quite an impressive line up. My fav Chicago Mexican, Chocolate and Coffee all in one place... Even with all of the new routes and new airlines, will T5 be busy enough to support these? I guess time will tell...

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: ckfred
Posted 2013-01-31 10:00:45 and read 6764 times.

Quoting EricR (Reply 6):
I know there is always talk of expanding T5, but when looking at the chart above, it seems to make more sense at building out FIS facilities in T3 and T1 to accommodate some of the international flights for AA/UA and some of their partners during peak times. If you expand T5, you will end up with a facility that is largely underutilized except between the hours of noon to 6pm. But who knows.....maybe it is a cheaper option that trying to accommodate FIS facilities in T1 & T3.

There was a plan back in the late 90s to turn T2 into the UA international/Star terminal and a new T4 (on the site of the current HVAC building) for AA international/oneworld terminal. Then, a new T6, east of T5, would be built for domestic airlines other than AA and UA. My understanding that NW was really against this plan, because it would take away the advantage it had at DTW, since NW passengers arriving from overseas don't have to change terminals for domestic connections that way passengers do at ORD.

Frankly, that plan is far superior to the idea of the western terminal. Certainly, getting passengers, baggage and cargo between the western terminal and Terminals 1, 2, 3, and 5 present some challenges.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: tallguy14
Posted 2013-01-31 10:11:36 and read 6668 times.

Thanks so much! Great work! From a couple of ORD Airport Watch guys, this info is invaluable.

Best-- Jeff

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: Revo1059
Posted 2013-01-31 10:58:03 and read 6407 times.

T5 is a mess. Bad design, bad construction and bad management. During the afternoon rush it becomes a zoo.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: jcwr56
Posted 2013-01-31 11:35:07 and read 6179 times.

Quoting ckfred (Reply 28):

The Old World Gateway program and it wasn't only NW that was against the proposal, it was also the Feds because of aircraft movement issues with T5 and T6 towards the end of runway 28 and 22.

Too many planes into small an area.

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Reply 18):
Are there "subgates" at M13, M15 and M16? I.e. is there any difference between M13/M13A, M15/M15A, M16/M16A?

Just the lead in lines....

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: strfyr51
Posted 2013-01-31 11:50:09 and read 6135 times.

T5 is hampered by there's the ONLY space available. for an efficient operation another terminal just like Terminal 1 would have to be built OR Built a remote terminal on the south west side near Elmhurst and Irving Park roads. or North side over near Touhy Ave . A lot of area an people would need to be re-accommodated but it could be done. Trouble is? How much is enough??

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: stlgph
Posted 2013-01-31 13:54:33 and read 5951 times.

Be neat to see this done with a couple of other airports ... Keflavik in the summer instantly comes to mind.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: dtfg
Posted 2013-01-31 15:28:55 and read 5831 times.

HU is gonna add PEK from early September on 4 weekly basis

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: WROORD
Posted 2013-01-31 20:13:14 and read 5555 times.

Quoting Revo1059 (Reply 30):
T5 is a mess. Bad design, bad construction and bad management. During the afternoon rush it becomes a zoo.

I agree. Hardly any space by the check ins. Even in the old pre-TSA days what were they thinking that people are going to fly overseas with no bags? Security I can understand why there is no space for that. Nothing past securities with lots of empty space unused. On arrival the endless miles of walking just to be squeezed into immigration lanes....
And again as you exit customs, really no space for meeting your family. Lots of wasted space.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: apodino
Posted 2013-02-01 09:23:51 and read 5225 times.

Here is what I think should be done but it would cause some headaches for a while. First...after 32L is closed permanently, build a concourse D in that vicinity as part of Terminal 1 to be used by the United Express Carriers. Then rebuild T2 into a shared international arrivals facility to be used by both SA)">AA and SA)">UA. After the new facility is built, you keep the existing FIS in T5, but also use T5 for all Non SA)">OW, SA carriers. You wouldn't need to build any new terminals, but you would allow everything to stay status quo and help everyone. So here is the breakdown after such a project.


T1
Air Canada
United (Domestic)
USAirways (If no SA)">AA merger)

T2
American (International)
ANA
British Airways
Iberia
Lufthansa
JAL
United (International)

T3
American (Domestic)
USAirways (If merger happens)

T5
Delta
JetBlue
Spirit
Westjet
Air France
Virgin Atlantic
Virgin America
KLM
Any other Skyteam or non alliance carrier I have forgotten.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: strfyr51
Posted 2013-02-01 09:33:55 and read 5209 times.

Quoting apodino (Reply 36):

That's pretty ambitious, BUT My solution would be build on to the concourse at B29 and add 20 more UAX gates

Tear down and rebuild T2 as a Twin to T1. then T3 can have an add on to the east to accommodate 20 more gates the Public Works building should not pose an obstacle.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: stlgph
Posted 2013-02-01 09:39:59 and read 5186 times.

Quoting apodino (Reply 36):
Here is what I think should be done but it would cause some headaches for a while.

A while?
Be better off building a whole new airport.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: apodino
Posted 2013-02-01 09:53:23 and read 5157 times.

Quoting strfyr51 (Reply 37):
That's pretty ambitious, BUT My solution would be build on to the concourse at B29 and add 20 more UAX gates

I assume you mean B22 since there is no gate B29 as B only goes up to 22.

Quoting stlgph (Reply 38):

A while?
Be better off building a whole new airport.

The only real issue is accomodating DL during the rebuild of T2. Once Concourse D is opened, United Express would be fine. AC would end up in T1, and by then US future should be determined.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: stlgph
Posted 2013-02-01 10:05:37 and read 5130 times.

Quoting apodino (Reply 39):
The only real issue is accomodating DL during the rebuild of T2

uh...yeah, would love to see this idea of fitting all these widebodies at E & F.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: apodino
Posted 2013-02-01 12:22:23 and read 4935 times.

Quoting stlgph (Reply 40):

uh...yeah, would love to see this idea of fitting all these widebodies at E & F.

It wouldn't be as bad as you think. I believe there are currently 28 Narrowbody gates in those concourses. Assuming you don't just demolish the whole thing and rebuild (i.e. JetBlue with T5 at JFK, or DL with Terminal A in BOS), you could easily fit about 14 widebodies I would think in the terminal, maybe more (Someone refresh my memory what was in there back in the TWA days). 14 Widebody gates should be able to handle exisiting traffic that those airlines have. But of course a demolition and a rebuild would probably be the better option.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: stlgph
Posted 2013-02-01 22:55:11 and read 4607 times.

Quoting apodino (Reply 41):

This is entirely unfeasible. Like, wow. As I mentioned earlier, build a new airport.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: Cubsrule
Posted 2013-02-02 10:36:50 and read 4333 times.

Quoting stlgph (Reply 42):
This is entirely unfeasible. Like, wow. As I mentioned earlier, build a new airport.

Which part? 6 widebody gates up the outsides of E and F, 2 on each end, and 6-8 767 and smaller gates on the insides is doable and would be roughly as much capacity as Terminal 5.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: chexp77w
Posted 2013-02-04 20:41:38 and read 3766 times.

First time posting so be nice   but United Express skywest also flys ORD to Monterry, Mex. UA6276 departs ORD at 8:50am arriving at 12:20pm. and departs Monterry, Mex UA6277 at 12:58pm arriving at ORD 4:28pm

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: United1
Posted 2013-02-04 20:49:15 and read 3753 times.

Quoting stlgph (Reply 40):
uh...yeah, would love to see this idea of fitting all these widebodies at E & F.

...UAs home at ORD used to be T2. They parked DC-10's and 747s there for years before they had T1 built.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: jcwr56
Posted 2013-02-05 04:19:50 and read 3602 times.

Here's another one...Sundays.



I was messing around due to the fact AA is working on getting PEK into ORD after 1600 local time. I can filter specific times and airlines, so outside peak some flights are not being shown.

A few airlines are tweaking schedules so it's always a work in progress.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: ckfred
Posted 2013-02-05 11:30:46 and read 3364 times.

Quoting stlgph (Reply 42):
As I mentioned earlier, build a new airport.

Where would you build it? As much as some people think Chicago needs a 3rd airport (Peotone, Gary, Rockford, Milwaukee), no one is suggesting closing ORD.

Unfortunately, you can't do like they did in Atlanta and build a new terminal complex and runway arrangement at ATL, then tear down the old terminal.

Topic: RE: Chicago-O'Hare International Schedule 2013
Username: ericaasen
Posted 2013-02-05 15:00:26 and read 3212 times.

Quoting ckfred (Reply 47):

You could certainly build a new terminal complex. Build the western terminal with 3 concourses arranged like ATL or DEN, one for UA mainline, one for UA international and other Star Alliance members, and one for UAX. Next tear down T1 and replace it with a new T2 ultimately for DL and the rest of Skyteam, but temporarily for non-Star international arrivals. Tear down T5 and replace it with a new T4 with 3 concourses for AA, AA international and Oneworld partners, and one for Eagle. Next tear down and replace T3 for LCCs and other non-aligned international carriers. Finally tear down T2, the Hilton, ATC tower and parking garage for a new Hilton, parking garage, tower and maybe another hotel. The new T2 and T3 would only have 1 concourse each, but there would be enough room to build 2 additional concourses between new T1 and new T2 and new T3 and new T4 for future expansion.

Additional changes would include CTA Blue line stops for T4, T2/3, and T1 and eventually extending all the way down the center of the Elgin-ORD expressway to Woodfield Mall. I also see splitting (westbound north of the terminal complex and eastbound south of the terminals) and extending the 190 with local lanes serving the terminals and express lanes connecting to the Elgin-ORD Expressway. Finally, move Mannehiem a bit east to allow the construction of an 'end around' taxiway around the end of 28R. I think there would be room for 'end around taxiways on the western edge of the airport around 10L and 9R and with the new consolidated rental car facility the commercial holding lot could be moved to the old rental car lots allowing the construction of a a taxiway around 27L.

All it would take is time, money, and the desire to it.


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