Whether you need short-term solutions or something to cover a longer period,
ParkOn can help you to find your ideal parking option when you fly to and from O’Hare International Airport.
How it works
1. Select Airport and Dates
It takes several minutes to grab a guaranteed parking spot near your departure airport.
Select your parking arrival and return dates to begin your search.
2. Choose Parking Lot
We'll display a list of airport parking lots. All lots are close to the airport and include transportation to and from the airport.
You choose the parking lot that best meets your travel needs.
3. Reserve Parking
Provide contact and payment information, and complete your airport parking reservation.
Print out your reservation receipt and present it to the parking lot. Your reservation receipt will also be emailed to you
O’Hare has six of its own lots to cater for short and long stays,
as well as one specifically for those travelling internationally. However, if you prefer to explore other – often cheaper options,
booking with ParkOn can ensure that your car has a home while you’re away.
Once you have confirmed all of your travel arrangements, secure your parking as soon as possible to give you total peace of mind ahead of your trip.
If you’re collecting someone arriving at O’Hare,
there is a Cell Phone lot located on Bessie Coleman Drive just south of the Economy Parking Lot (G).
Here, you can wait free of charge until your passenger is ready to be collected from the terminal, with a large screen displaying live arrival times to keep you informed.
For those leaving their car for the duration of the trip, there are a variety of third-party, independent lots, with spaces that can be booked through ParkOn.
All eight lots are within four miles of the airport, making them a convenient option despite being off-site. Each provides a free shuttle service between the lot and your terminal,
but be sure to check the shuttle schedule when confirming your booking.
Four of these eight lots are located on Mannheim Road between the Tri-State Tollway and West Irving Park Road.
WallyPark Premier Airport Parking is slightly north of these, located on Lawrence Avenue.
Of the eight lots, five offer valet parking, so take a look at the various options if this is something you require.
Upon making your booking, be sure to check if your booking requires full payment upfront, or if you pay a deposit upfront and the remainder at the lot.
This will allow you to be fully prepared for your journey.
O’Hare International Airport
With more runways than any other international airport in the world – totalling nine – O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
is one of only a few airports worldwide to service over 200 destinations. In 2015, nearly 77 million passengers passed through ORD.
It is a hub for American Airlines, United Airlines, and Air Choice One, and is also a focus city for Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines.
ORD’s top destinations for both domestic and international flights are:
New York – LaGuardia, USA (LGA)
Los Angeles, USA (LAX)
San Francisco, USA (SFO)
Dallas/Fort Worth, USA (DFW)
London – Heathrow, UK (LHR)
Atlanta, USA (ATL)
Minneapolis – St Paul, USA (MSP)
Boston, USA (BOS)
Denver, USA (DEN)
Toronto – Pearson, Canada (YYZ)
Developed in 1942–3 as a manufacturing plant for the Douglas Aircraft Company,
the airport now known as ‘O’Hare International’ was named ‘Orchard Field Airport’ when Douglas left the site in 1945.
Its current name was made official in 1949 to honor Edward O’Hare: the US Navy’s first flying ace of World War Two.
O’Hare, who died in action in 1943, was the war’s first Naval recipient of the Medal of Honor in the previous year.
Chicago’s other airport, Midway, was initially the primary air transport base for Illinois. However, in the early 1950s,
O’Hare underwent significant expansion to ease the air traffic going through Midway, O’Hare underwent significant expansion in the early 1950s. Commercial passenger flights began in 1955.
The majority of airline service moved from Midway to O’Hare in 1962,
which caused such a strain on O’Hare’s capacity that Midway had to take on more flights in 1972 in order to lessen overcrowding.
Between 1962 and 1998, O’Hare International Airport was the world’s busiest airport in terms of the number of passengers,
eventually overtaken by Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. As of 2015, it now ranks fourth, behind Beijing Capital International Airport and Dubai International Airport.
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