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Atlanta to Chicago Flight Reservations & Deals

Venture out on cheap flights from Atlanta to Chicago for your personal, business or any other reason. Whether you want to fly one-way or book a return air ticket from Atlanta to Chicago, you can check for all flight details here.

Airlines and Fare Types

ATL to ORD
Non-stop Flights & Fares (Economy Class)
Airline No of Flights RT Lowest Price OW Lowest Price
Spirit 1 $43 $26
American 6 $115 $45
Delta 10 $140 $45
United 8 $197 $45
Earliest Flight American, at 6:06 AM
Latest Flight Delta, at 10:49 PM
Duration of Flight 2 hrs 15 min

Many airlines operate flights from ATL to ORD, providing multiple air travel options for passengers. These provide different cabin classes of service- Basic Economy, Regular Economy and Premium Economy as cheapest, Business and First Class.

Flight Schedule
Their flight schedules, or days and times of operation from Atlanta to Chicago can be known by asking us their query in comments section below. This will help you decide when to fly from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport- during morning, afternoon, evening or at night and on which carrier.

Direct or Connecting Flights
Flights from Atlanta to Chicago can be direct, non-stop, without requiring any stoppage in between. Alternatively, ATL to ORD flights might have connections, one or more. You will have to choose whether to fly direct or have a stopover, and which city to stop in.

Airports
The flights from Atlanta operate from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, one of the busiest in the State of Georgia, GA in USA, and those from Chicago fly from O’Hare International Airport, one of the prominent airports in State of Illinois, IL in USA.

How to Book Flight Tickets?
Atlanta to Chicago flights can be booked using online medium, through call centers or by visiting the contact centers of airlines or agencies. Website or mobile application can be used for reservation of maximum 9 passengers in one PNR. If yours is a larger group flying ATL to ORD, you need to use telephonic calls or visit contact centers.

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