bmia330
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United Express/Air Wisconsin At ORD Question

Fri Dec 12, 2003 8:14 am

I know that UA uses Terminal 1 at ORD, and I am flying on United Express (operated by Air Wisconsin) flight 5816 to ATL and noticed at United.com that for the past two days it has left from Terminal Two. What does this mean? So, do I just figure that UA Express uses T2 and check-in there? Or do I go check in a T1? I am just bringing two backpacks (one for me, one for my dad) on the CRJ, so I do not need to check anything. If I just use the EasyCheck-In Online, will it tell me my gate so I know? I'd hate to go to the wrong terminal. If I do, how do I get to other terminals (I have never used ORD, I always use MDW).

Thanks!

Patrick
 
AA7573E
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RE: United Express/Air Wisconsin At ORD Question

Fri Dec 12, 2003 8:16 am

You will be fine going to either terminal. There is a bridge between the two faciliites, so take your pick. However, if you are taking the El in, just take the underground path to T-2, and there you are.
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haveric
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RE: United Express/Air Wisconsin At ORD Question

Fri Dec 12, 2003 8:19 am

United does not have check-in facilities in Terminal Two. You must check-in on-line, or in Terminal One. After you clear security, there is a walkway connecting the two terminals.
 
N777UA
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RE: United Express/Air Wisconsin At ORD Question

Fri Dec 12, 2003 8:20 am

I had the same problem this summer...went to T2 to check in for United Express. You need to go to Terminal 1 (the main United terminal), to check in, then go to the end of the terminal near T2, where there is a security checkpoint, then go through the walkway to Terminal 2.
 
bistro1200
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RE: United Express/Air Wisconsin At ORD Question

Fri Dec 12, 2003 8:21 am

CRJs have virtually NO carryon space, anything larger than a briefcase will need to be checked or gate-checked. Just be prepared for this, as if you have to gate check it you will not have access to it until landing.
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syncmaster
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RE: United Express/Air Wisconsin At ORD Question

Fri Dec 12, 2003 12:49 pm

CRJ's do not have a lot of space, but I have a "regular" sized back-pack that I always take with me, and most of the time it is full, if not over-filled and have never had a problem getting it in the cabin, but it will not fit overhead, it would need to be under the seat.

Hope you have a good flight, and don't be suprised if your neck hurts from looking out the window! Big grin
 
ual777contrail
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RE: United Express/Air Wisconsin At ORD Question

Fri Dec 12, 2003 3:28 pm

You will depart from the "F" concourse, check in at T1 and walk the rest of the way, very easy.


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