Chicago O’Hare International Airport

Cover Page: Include the course name,airport name,city,state,date,and your name.

Introduction: Will contain a brief summary of your airport (no more than one page).

Section 1: Airport’s history,ownership,management staff,budget and financial status.

Section 2:Airside operations including airfield information (runways,taxiways,ATC facilities,FBOs,cargo operations and noise abatement,etc).

Section 3:Terminal operations (terminal types,airlines (names,non-stop destinations], traffic counts,concessions, international operations liKe CSP).

Section 4: Landside operations (roadways,parKing facilities {on and off airport], ground transportation {taxis, door-to-door     shuttles,limos,buses,trains,APM,etc.).

Section 5:The economic,political and social role your airport plays in the community.

Section 6: Capacity status,current and future construction projects.

Section 7:Conclusion that will include with your opinion on how your airport is running and if it is meeting the demands of their local community. This is where you get your “A.” Address future issues concerning your airport and its management. Include interview information from an official of the airport (generally you can find an email address for the airport unless you can actually go to the airport).

Bibliography: Self-explanatory. Include personal interviews,footnotes,and research titles.Pictures and diagrams are a definite plus here and is a way to strengthen your paper.

NOTE: Include the section numbers and headings in your paper.

Use current APA standards. On the first page at the top,put your name,date,and the following subject: “Module 9 Airport Research Project-airport name.” Submit using rich text “.rtf’ format,one inch margins,Times New Roman 12 point font.

Table of Contents

Introduction. 2

Section 1. 2

Airport’s history. 2

Ownership. 4

Management staff 5

Budget and financial status. 6

Section 2. 7

Airside operations. 7

Runways. 7

Taxiways. 7

ATC facilities. 8

FBOs. 8

Cargo operations. 8

Noise abatement 9

Section 3. 9

Terminal operations. 9

Traffic counts. 10

Concessions. 11

Section 4. 11

Landside Operations. 11

Section 5. 12

The economic role. 12

Political role. 12

Social role. 12

Section 6. 13

Capacity status. 13

Current and future construction projects. 13

Section 7. 14

Conclusion. 14

References. 15

Appendix. 16

Introduction

O’Hare International Airport is referred to as O’Hare Airport is situated in Chicago, Illinois. It is 17 miles (27km) to the northwest of Chicago. The entire airport resides on over 7,200 acres within the city of Chicago. O’Hare Airport is the main operation point for the United Airlines and the second-largest location used by American Airlines. A railroad, the Blue Line of Chicago links the Airfield to other areas of Chicago. The airport is undergoing a modernization plan to expand the capacity and services offered. O’Hare International Airport (ORD) holds the fifth position among the top airports including Atlanta, Beijing, Heathrow, and Tokyo Haneda, which are the most active air transport centers in the world. For ten years’ readers of the Business Traveler Magazine US Edition and the Global Traveler Magazine have voted as the Best Airport in North America, 1998-2003 and 2004-2007 respectively. The center serves about 2,409 flight operations a day. Despite serving many local flights, the airport is connected to more than sixty international destinations. The air traffic is handled by eight runways and four terminals. The ORD connects the city to the rest of the world, making it one of the leading financial and business locations in the country.

Section 1

Airport’s history

The site for Chicago’s new airport was marked in 1945. The area was initially an Orchard Field located on the northwest side of the city. The Chicago City Council changed the name of the Orchard Field to Chicago-O’Hare International Airport in 1949. The name was in honor of LT. Commander Edward H. O’Hare, who passed away during the Second World War. The airport was officially opened to commercial flights in 1955. In its first year, O’Hare airport served 176,902 passengers, and the number has increased ever since. Initially, there were four runways, and a fifth one was added in 1957. Some of the first airlines served by the facility include Air France, Capitol Delta, Ozark, Pan American, Trans Canada, and United.  The first terminal began operation on 8th August 1958 with the arrival of TWA flight from Paris. By April 1959, the then mayor of Chicago, Richard J. Daley, led the ceremonies for the expansion of the Airport to 7,200 acres. By 1963, the President John F. Kennedy acknowledged the large number of clients and aircrafts that were served by the airport. He stated that O’Hare was an extraordinary and could be perceived as one of the wonders of the modern world. By 1965, the airport served about 20 million passengers and 30 million by 1968. In the 1960s and 70s, various facilities were opened up, including the Seven Continents Restaurant, first taxiway, a sixth and seventh runway and a six level parking facility among other improvements (Chicago Department of Aviation, 2016)…..

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