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Prices starting at $116 for return flights and $64 for one-way flights to Columbus were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
|Origin Airport IATA Code||CHI|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||CMH|
|Direct Flight Airlines||American Airlines, Qatar Airways, JAL, Air New Zealand, United Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Finnair, Royal Jordanian, SAS, Iberia, ANA, Lufthansa, British Airways|
|Earliest Flight Arrival||1:30PM UTC|
|Latest Flight Arrival||3:36AM UTC|
2nd leg of flight didn't offer diet coke :-( - only water or coffee
Although it was a pain that it took 2 extra hours to to get a plane due to safety concerns making my layover 5 hours instead of 3, the pilot and crew were wonderful.
I ❤️American Airlines!!
Honestly, while everything was as expected, it did not have the bells and whistles that Delta offered and the ground crew was the saddest non smiling group I’ve ever seen
A flight from Chicago to Columbus can get you to a business meeting or surprise party in less than two hours. Let Orbitz.com help you find the best deals on flights from Chicago to Columbus. Chicago is full of cultural and business opportunities, while Columbus offers quieter suburbs and plenty of attractions for families.
O’Hare International Airport is Chicago’s major air hub. Most flights to Columbus depart from this airport, which is located about 17 miles north of the heart of the city. Parking at the airport is relatively affordable. The least expensive economy lots cost only $9 a day, but they fill quickly and spaces are in high demand. Travelers can also use the METRA public transit system to connect with the shuttles that deliver passengers to any of the four terminals.
Planes departing from the Windy City land at the Port Columbus International Airport, which is located just six miles from the downtown area. Two interstates connect to the airport, making it easy to access the rest of the city if you rent a car. Buses from the Central Ohio Transit Authority travel from the airport to downtown Columbus. Many visitors enjoy a trip to the award-winning Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. History-lovers visit the city to see the replica of Christopher Columbus’ ship anchored on Scioto River. The area is hot and humid in the summer, with temperatures regularly reaching 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Moderate fall and winter temperatures make these seasons ideal for travel. Average low temperatures stay above 20 degrees Fahrenheit throughout January and February.
Both of these large and prosperous cities has artistic and cultural sights well worth seeing. The short flights from Chicago to Columbus can help you find a little relief from cold winter winds. Orbitz.com will help you explore both cities while stretching your travel budget with discounts on airfares.
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