Favorite airline: American Airlines
The majority of passengers on the route New York – Chicago prefer to fly with American Airlines.
American Airlines
17 %
United Airlines
15 %
Delta
2 %
Tip: book 4 months before departure
Our tip: book flights on this route 4 months before departure and save up to 35 %.
125 days before departure
Direct flights are cheaper
Flights with a stopover are on average $13.00 more expensive than direct flights.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
02h 35min
07h 53min
25h 14min
$148
$161
$505
The favorite connection is non-stop
Non-stop flights are especially popular on this route. 37 % of travelers will book a direct flight.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
02h 35min, from $148
37 %
1 stopover Boston Logan International Airport, MA
08h 31min, from $208
19 %
1 stopover Charlotte Douglas International Airport, NC
07h 53min, from $161
10 %
Round trip from $148.00
A roundtrip costing only $148.00 is for example available departing 05/12/2020 and returning 05/15/2020.

$148
Cheap
$148
Expensive
$475

Flights from New York to Chicago

With between 52 and 88 flights per day, the route from New York (NYC) to Chicago (CHI) remains a thoroughfare in the United States, both for business and pleasure. The route is well serviced by scheduled, charter and low cost flight providers. The direct flight takes about 2 hours and 40 minutes, covering a distance of 714 miles, although some airlines have boasted a flight time as short as 2 hours and 10 minutes. Flights are provided by American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta, Jetblue, Southwest and Spirit.

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Cheap flights from New York to Chicago

The cheapest flights on this route are offered by low-cost airlines such as Jetblue or Spirit. Planning your journey well in advance and traveling with hand luggage will help to reduce the price of an air ticket. Great deals on last minute flights are also available for a refreshingly low price.

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Destination Chicago

Passengers can fly into any one of the Chicago airports - Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW), O'Hare International Airport (ORD), West Chicago Du Page (DPA) etc., with O'Hare being the biggest and busiest. O' Hare has been voted best airport in North America for 10 years by two separate sources, no doubt helped by the easy access to and from this world hub. The city can be easily reached using the local trains (CTA) while access by road is also fluid and efficient. Interstate highways I-90 and I-294 can be reached swiftly from the airport as can the Interstate I-190.

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