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AIR Chicago Radio Station Launches Monday at O'Hare, Midway Airports

Just in time for the holiday season-amazing how that works!-this Monday will see the launch of AIR Chicago, "the first 24-hour-a-day airport radio station dedicated to keeping O'Hare and Midway travelers in tune with Chicago Department of Aviation information, airport traffic, weather, business news, smooth jazz music and much more."

Travelers can access the stations through Orbitz has predicted that O'Hare will be the busiest airport in the country over Thanksgiving, while Clear Channel estimates 85 million travelers pass through both O'Hare and Midway airports annually.
According to a quote in a press release, local dignitaries are pleased:

"On behalf of Mayor Rahm Emanuel, we are proud that O'Hare and Midway, in partnership with Clear Channel, are the first airports to offer a radio station specifically devoted to keeping passengers in touch with real-time information," said Rosemarie S. Andolino, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Aviation. "AIR Chicago is a great example of our efforts to provide a 'best-in-class' experience for the millions of travelers who fly through our busy transportation hubs."

And if you're heading back to Chicago for the holidays and looking to discover something new, check out AOL Travel's guide to what's changed in the past year.

Filed under: North America, United States, Airports, Air Travel, News

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