The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) operates Midway International Airport (MDW) and O’Hare International Airport (ORD).
The CDA’s core mission is to:
Ensure safe and efficient travel through Midway and O’Hare International Airports.
Enhance economic activity and job creation within the City of Chicago and the region.
Continue to grow Chicago’s airports’ competitive positions in the global aviation marketplace.
Provide the very best services and amenities in an environment that reflects Chicago’s rich, diverse and unique character.
Continue to be the international leader in airport sustainability by integrating environmental best practices into all aspects of the airports.
The CDA is self-supporting, using no local or state tax dollars for operations or capital improvements at O’Hare and Midway International airports. Together, Chicago’s airports generate more than $45 billion in annual economic activity and create 540,000 jobs for the region. Please visit www.flychicago.com to learn more about the CDA.
-Family owned and operated serving Chicago Midway Airport for over 25 years.
-Short and Long-term parking available.
-Self and V.I.P. Valet Parking services available.
-V.I.P. Valet Parking service; you’ll find your vehicle ready and waiting for you:
Cooled in the Summer – Heated and snow-free in the Winter.
-And don't forget the option of getting a car wash while you’re away.
-Staffed 24 Hours a day. Safe and Secure. Fully Fenced and Well Lit Facility.
-3 Minute Ride to Midway Airport.
-Fast, Free Shuttle service to and from the airport. On demand, NO long waits.
-All Major Credit Cards Accepted.
Local Business Near Porter Airlines - Midway Airport
Sports fans and foodies alike will appreciate this restaurant and sports bar conveniently located on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. With an inventive spin on classic American comfort food by Harry Caray's Restaurant Group's Corporate Executive Chef, Joe Rosetti. Juicy burgers, farm fresh salads, oven-fired pizzas and hand-dipped milkshakes are complemented by a wide selection of local craft beers, Chicago-inspired cocktails and a carefully curated wine list.
Designed by Barker/Nestor Architecture + Design, the walls of the 250-seat restaurant and 60-seat bar are covered with photographs from Harry Caray’s private collection as well as authentic sports memorabilia. HDTVs throughout the dining room and bar are always tuned in to all major sporting events while the floor-to-ceiling windows provide stunning city views. The urban industrial aesthetic, characterized by the use of turn of the century decorative metal work detailing, Edison bulbs, steel piping and concrete, is an homage to Chicago’s historic Water Tower—one of the city’s most familiar and treasured landmarks for which Water Tower Place is named.