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Interstate Routes 29 and 435 will lead you directly to the Kansas City International Airport (MCI).
The flight to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) is a short 90 minutes nonstop, but for flights that have one or more stops, it could last three hours or more.
Once you land at ORD, the Interstate Route 90 is a straight shot downtown and leads to any other highway in the metro area to see you to your destination.
Chicago is one of the world's largest cities and it is currently the third most populous city in the United States. The city owes its success to the Great Lakes' trade and steel industry as well as several tourist attractions of great historical significance.
In addition to the lofty Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), the city is home to the Field Museum, one of the largest natural history museums in the world, together with the renowned John Hancock observatory.
The Windy City certainly lives up to its reputation most of the year, with the months of June, September and October being sunny and mild. Walking tours are particularly popular, allowing visitors to explore Chicago's architecture at close hand. Some compare it to a scaled down New York City.