O’Hare International Airport regained the nation’s busiest airport crown in 2014 — based on total flights — according to data obtained Wednesday from the Federal Aviation Administration.
This week’s bitter blast has left lingering problems at both Chicago airports. Frozen fuel pipes at O’Hare forced at least two airlines to delay flights.
A JetBlue flight from New York City to Salt Lake City had to be diverted Sunday evening due to a passenger creating a disturbance, Chicago police said.
Airlines estimate 4.2 million people are passing through both O’Hare and Midway during the 18 days surrounding the holiday season.
Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck says hospitals are on standby – in case there are cases of Ebola.
Precautions to protect us against spread of Ebola are now widespread. We saw evidence of that in Chicago, though no cases have been reported here.
The FAA says there is no timetable for repairs at an air traffic control center in Aurora after being shutdown on Friday.
O’Hare and Midway airports are attempting to get back to normal after nearly 24 hours of issues.
O’Hare Airport appears to be flying high again. Numbers show the airport is once again the world’s busiest in terms of take-offs and landings at least.
“Extremely disappointing” is how three Illinois congressmen describe the FAA’s decision to NOT do another review of O’Hare noise levels.
A worker at O’Hare Airport is behind bars, accused of stealing items from active-duty military personnel. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
People who say the new O’Hare Airport runway configuration has caused their quality of life and property values to suffer were out gathering support for their cause Saturday.
The new O’Hare runway configuration that’s become a quality of life issue for some Northwest Side residents is attracting “throngs of people” to the cause of fighting the noise, according to some and they say politicians who won’t listen will pay at the ballot box.
O’Hare Airport was buzzing Sunday and not just with returning Fourth of July travelers, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger.
There is now a protest song and a music video to accompany the fight over the new O’Hare traffic pattern that has a lot of North Siders fed up.
The risk of thunderstorms in the Chicago area has led to delays and some cancelations at the city’s airports.
Two more people have filed lawsuits against the CTA over a Blue Line train derailment at O’Hare last week, bringing the total number of suits filed up to eight.
The CTA’s worker union says the sleeping operator whose train crashed at O’Hare on Monday had worked 69 hours the previous week — a claim the transit agency denies. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
The founder of a Park Ridge group that advocates for safety and noise issues for people living near O’Hare Airport says the National Transportation Safety Board is issuing new guidelines to the FAA regarding the separation of planes, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
The airlines expect a lot of people will be trying to travel today – because tomorrow is going to be the first day back at work for many people after Christmas and New Year’s.