Chicago O'Hare International Airport Information & DirectionsO’Hare International Airport, originally named Orchard Field Airport, was created in 1945 on Orchard Field and is now one of the busiest airports in the world. The airport was expanded to 7,200 acres in 1959 and has continued to expand its services and operations ever since.
O’Hare Airport management is committed to sustainability and has implemented initiatives to this goal in many areas of their day-to-day operations.
ORD Airport Overview
ORD Airport is a leader in the field of aviation. Many of the O’Hare Airport buildings have Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. ORD Airport is also connected with other important sustainability initiatives including a Chicago Wetlands Restoration project, aeroponic gardening, electric vehicle charging, apiaries, noise management, and many others. O’Hare Airport management recognizes their obligation to the surrounding communities to create positive opportunities for environmental preservation and relationship management.
For flight information and assistance navigating the airport, see our Terminal and Gate information section.
ORD/ O'Hare Terminals & Gate Information
- ORD Airport has four Terminals: Terminal 1, 2, 3, and 5. Terminal 1 is divided into Concourse B and Concourse C. Within Concourse B, there is an additional Ticketing Level and Baggage Level. Concourse B of Terminal 1 includes Gates B1-B12, B14, B16 and 16A, B17 and 17A, and B18-24. Concourse C includes Gates C1-11, C10A, C15-31, C16A, and C18A.
- Terminal 2 is divided into Concourse E and Concourse F. There are also Ticketing and Baggage Levels separated. Concourse E includes Gates E1-E17. Concourse F includes Gates F1-F12, and F14-F17, and F19-F28, with Gates F24, and F25 on the lower level.
- Terminal 3 is divided into Concourse G, H, K, and L. There is also a Rotunda in which you will find multiple restaurants and relaxation yoga room. There are separate Ticketing and Baggage Levels in this terminal as well.
- Concourse G in Terminal 3 includes Gates G1A&B, G2A&B, G3-G5, G6A&B, G7-G14, G14A, G17, G19, G19A, G20, G21. Gates G13, G14, G14A, G17 are located on the lower level of Concourse G.
- Concourse H in Terminal 3 includes Gates H1-H6, H8-H10, H11A&B, H12, H14-H18. Concourse K includes Gates K1-K10, K12, K13, K15, K16, K18, K19, K20. Concourse L includes Gates L1-L11, including L2A/C, L6A&B, L10A,B,C, L11A&B.
- Terminal 5 is the smallest and consists only of Concourse M, plus Ticketing and Baggage. Terminal 5, Concourse M includes Gates M1-M21.
- You can find a list of Airlines operating out of ORD and their contact information to connect.
- There are parking lots at each Terminal and Economy Parking Lots just outside of the main Airport compound. For better parking options, check out our services. Transportation pick up and drop off stations are at Ticketing and Baggage Levels of each terminal. The Shuttle service station is in Terminal 2. There are restaurants at all terminals.
You can find a list of Airlines operating out of ORD and their contact information to connect. There are parking lots at each Terminal and Economy Parking Lots just outside of the main Airport compound. For better parking options, check out our services. Transportation pick up and drop off stations are at Ticketing and Baggage Levels of each terminal. The Shuttle service station is in Terminal 2. There are restaurants at all terminals.
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