Flights from Chicago (CHI) to Atlanta (ATL)

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$127RT including taxes
Aug 10 2018 Aug 13 2018
3 nights
Chicago (CHI) to Savannah (SAV)
Flying with: American Airlines

Travel information for Chicago to Atlanta

Avg. flight time fromChicago to Atlanta1 hr 59 mins
Distance from Chicago to Atlanta587 miles
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  • Distance between Chicago and Gary (GYY): 20.1 miles
  • Distance between Chicago and Benton Harbor (BEH): 65.8 miles
  • Distance between Chicago and South Bend (SBN): 69.7 miles

How much do things cost in Atlanta and Chicago?

Chicago is 5% more expensive than Atlanta
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Additional useful information for Atlanta

Atlanta’s rich history, inspiring attractions and excellent dining and shopping combine to give it genuine Southern charm mixed with wordly sophistication. Take advantage of Atlanta’s warmer and sunnier climate when you spend some time on the Atlanta Beltline, a growing, interconnected network of public parks, multi-use trails and city transit along an old railroad corridor circling downtown. It’s a great way to get some exercise and fresh air while getting a feel for the city and sampling its shops, restaurants, history and culture.

How long is the flight from Chicago to Atlanta?
The in-air flight time for direct flights from Chicago to Atlanta is about one and a half hours. All flights with one or more stops between these cities take four hours or more and won't save you any money over the cheapest direct flights.

Which airlines operate flights from Chicago to Atlanta?
Spirit, American, United and Delta offer direct flights from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, while Southwest flies non-stop to Atlanta from Midway International Airport. These and other airlines also offer flights with one or more stops, but they aren't the cheapest flights and add hours to the trip.

How frequent are flights between Chicago and Atlanta?
Several dozen flights make the trip non-stop on a typical day, so it's easy to find a direct flight almost anytime of day. Flights begin around 6 a.m. and the last flights of the day take off shortly after 8 p.m.

Which airports serve Chicago to Atlanta?
O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and Midway International Airport (MDW) serve Chicago, with most flights to Atlanta departing from O'Hare. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) serves the Atlanta area.

Which direct flight route between Chicago and Atlanta is cheapest?
The O'Hare International Airport to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the cheapest route between the two cities. Most flights to Atlanta that depart from Midway International Airport cost considerably more.

With about one seventh the population of Chicago and half the size, Atlanta has only about one-third the population density of Chicago. Atlanta is more suburban, and arguably a little more family-oriented. Although it's not unusual for Atlanta to get a heavy snow or two during a typical winter, it gets only about 1 1/2 inches of snow during an average year compared to Chicago's 35 inches. With higher average temperatures, Atlanta's winter climate is much milder than windy Chicago's, while summers in Atlanta can get quite a bit more sultry.

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Facts and figures about flying from Chicago to Atlanta

  • Diversions are not expected on flights between Chicago and Atlanta
  • The largest plane flying between Chicago and Atlanta is the Boeing 747-400 (Domestic)
  • There are on average 2933 seats available each day on flights from Chicago to Atlanta
  • For flights between Chicago and Atlanta, the average cancellation rate is 2%
  • Delta Air Lines, Inc. operates 273 flights a week from Chicago to Atlanta
  • A delay of 1 hr 5 mins is common when flying from Chicago to Atlanta
  • If you’re flying between Chicago and Atlanta you will most likely travel with a Canadair CRJ 700

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