A Chicago area man will reach a milestone that no other United Airlines traveler has ever reached this weekend.
Computer problems were causing delays Friday night with United Airline’s operations, impacting flights nationwide. O’Hare Airport in Chicago became snared with stranded passengers.
United Airlines on Friday announced that it will be bringing an extra 1,300 workers into downtown Chicago.
United and Continental are raising airfares on many U.S. routes by up to $20 per round trip ticket. It’s the latest effort to cover spiraling fuel costs across the airline industry.
It may not be the new “United Center,” but it will be hard for anyone watching Chicago Cubs games at Wrigley Field for the next three years to escape the “friendly skies” in and around the North Side park.
With some obstacles out of the way, the expansion project at O’Hare International Airport is moving ahead.
Two planes, including one from Chicago, landed at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., without clearance this week, because they couldn’t reach anyone in the tower.
A partial agreement has been reached in the long-running dispute between the City of Chicago and two major airlines over the O’Hare expansion project.
“Your flight is delayed for a safety check,” is not exactly a comforting one to hear as you’re getting on the plane, but that’s exactly what happened for some United passengers.
Mayor Richard M. Daley was in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, meeting with executives from American and United airlines to discuss plans to expand O’Hare International Airport.
Former U.S. Rep. Ray LaHood, who now serves as President Barack Obama’s transportation secretary, is stepping in to mediate the ongoing feud between Mayor Richard M. Daley and two major airlines.
Mayor Richard M. Daley questioned whether two major airlines at O’Hare International Airport are trying to stall on plans to expand O’Hare until after the upcoming mayoral election.
All airlines at Midway International Airport have canceled operations for the rest of the day and up through Wednesday afternoon, as had most airlines at O’Hare International Airport, as a historic blizzard blows into the area.
Mayor Richard M. Daley said Monday morning that he will meet with American and United to avert the lawsuit the airlines have filed against the city over expansion at O’Hare International Airport.
A lawsuit by the airlines is clipping the wings of the city’s plans to expand O’Hare International Airport.
Two major airlines are threatening to sue over the next proposed phase of the expansion of O’Hare International Airport.
A flight from O’Hare to Frankfurt, Germany, was diverted to Toronto late Monday when the pilot spilled coffee, accidentally setting off a hijacking alert.
As Mayor Richard M. Daley winds down his time in office, one of his pet projects is running into headwinds.
John Bruce’s survivors say they’ve been stonewalled over the United Airlines’ employee accidental death in Kuwait last year.
United Airlines has started moving its operations center employees into a new home — the Willis Tower, formerly known as the Sears Tower.