Jan
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Airlines in Chicago

Thu Nov 26, 1998 9:04 am

Does anyone know what international airlines fly
to Chicago?
 
United777
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RE: Airlines in Chicago

Thu Nov 26, 1998 9:16 am

I know some I think......

Air Canada
Canadian Airlines
VARIG
British Airways
Lufthansa Airlines
Singapore Airlines (Code-Share with American)
Air India
Turkish Airlines

I know there is alot more but I don't know all them.
 
AA727
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RE: Airlines in Chicago

Thu Nov 26, 1998 9:25 am

A lot of European airlines fly to O'Hare, I'm positive about those:
British Airways
KLM
Lufthansa
Sabena


Ben
 
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RE: Airlines in Chicago

Thu Nov 26, 1998 10:05 am

This is the busiest airport in the world every airline has partners that serve there.
I saw an Areoflot plane there too.
Iain
 
CX747
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RE: Airlines in Chicago

Thu Nov 26, 1998 10:37 am

International Airlines Serving O'Hare

United Airlines
American Airlines
British Airways
Air India
KLM
Possibly
Air France
Korean Air
Japan Air Lines
Air Canada
Canadian
Mexicana
"History does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or timid." D. Eisenhower
 
flyguy1
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RE: Airlines in Chicago

Thu Nov 26, 1998 12:47 pm

Some Other Airlines...
Lot Polish Airlines
Aer Lingus
SwissAir
El Al
Olympic Air
Alitlia
727, L1011, MD80, A300, 777-200, 737-300, 737-700, 747-400, 757-200, 737-800, A320. E190, E135, 767-200, CRJ9
 
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RE: Airlines in Chicago

Thu Nov 26, 1998 2:14 pm

I'd like to add one more:
ANA (All Nippon Airways)
 
BryanG
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RE: Airlines in Chicago

Thu Nov 26, 1998 2:23 pm

I was at O'Hare today!! I came home for the holiday.

The above lists pretty much cover it. Except for Trans Meridian, but I don't know if they are an international carrier. Are they? I assume so, because they had two Airbusses parked in front of the international terminal.
When we taxied by the international terminal I saw about 5 AA 767s, 1 AA MD-11, a United 777, a Lufthansa 747-200, a Swissair Asia MD-11, and the two Trans Meridian planes. Most of the gates are empty at this time of day.
 
flyf15
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Hey BryanG

Thu Nov 26, 1998 2:26 pm

Hi,

Were you on a -300 or -500 to GSO?
 
BryanG
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RE: Hey BryanG

Thu Nov 26, 1998 2:35 pm

Today it was a 737-322, United nonstop. The card over the door said it was delivered in 1989. It was in good shape--nice and clean on the inside.

On Sunday I go GSO-IAD on a J31, then a 777 from IAD-ORD.

 
flyf15
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RE: Hey BryanG

Thu Nov 26, 1998 2:43 pm

Have you flown on a 777 before?
 
BryanG
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RE: Hey BryanG

Thu Nov 26, 1998 2:48 pm

Nope--I'm looking forward to it.
 
Roberto
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RE: Airlines in Chicago

Thu Nov 26, 1998 4:19 pm


There's also Iberia, which is a Codeshare-Partner of American. The two airlines
fly from Chicago to other 19 destinations in the United Staates! Iberia is
after BA the biggest partner of AA.
With over then 70million passengers every year, O'Hare is the bussiest airport of the world! You can say, that almost all international carriers fly to Chicago.
This airport can be a Mega-Hub and homebase for the new alliance oneworld!!
 
Jan
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RE: Airlines in Chicago

Fri Nov 27, 1998 12:33 am

Many thanks for all the valuable information!

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