Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout most of the public areas in O'Hare International Airport, such as gate areas and food courts and is offered both pre- and post-security.
The fee is $6.95 for a 24-hour period through the Boingo Network. Once initiated, you may use the service at other Boingo-affiliated locations throughout the U.S. during the paid period.
Power Stations are seated workstations with counter space and AC outlets, providing travelers with a convenient area to recharge electronic devices such as laptops, cellphones and mobile devices at no charge.
Each Power Station is equipped with four to eight seating positions, with one wheelchair accessible workstation. They can be found throughout the terminals.
Power Station Locations
Terminal 1: Concourse B at Gate B4
Concourse B at Gate B11
Concourse B at Gate B19
Concourse B at Gate B14 (Installed by August 1)
Concourse B at Gate B15
Concourse C at Gate C7 (Installed by August 1)
Concourse C at Gate C15
Concourse C at Gate C21
Concourse C at Gate C28 (Installed by August 1)
Terminal 2: Concourse E at Gate E4 (Removed by August 1)
Concourse E at Gate E7 (Installed by August 1)
Concourse F at Gate F2B (Installed by August 1)
Terminal 3: Concource G at Gate G9 (Installed by August 1)
Concourse G at Gate G19
Concourse H at Gate H12
Concourse K at Gate K9
Concourse K at Gate K12 (Installed by August 1)
Concourse L at Gate L10 (Installed by August 1)
Terminal 5: Concourse M at Gate M9
Concourse M at Gate M11
Concourse M at Gate M12
Concourse M at Gate M13 (Installed by August 1)
Some airlines may also offer seats equipped with power outlets in their gate waiting areas. Check your individual seat for availability.
Download the FlySmart application on your mobile device and get everything the airport has to offer in the palm of your hand. FlySmart conveniently lists every shop, restaurant and service available at O'Hare and makes it easy for you to find them. You can also get real-time flight data. Will you be an airport insider?
Google Maps on Android
Android users are able to veiw detailed floor plans of O'Hare by simply zooming in on the airport in Google Maps. The floor plan includes gates, food vendors and restrooms. Travelers may also use the "My Location" feature to pinpoint their indoor location, represented by a blue dot on the map, and use it to guide their movement throughout the airport.
"B4 You Board" App
Getting a bite to eat at O'Hare before your flight just got a little easier thanks to a new smartphone
app, B4 YOU BOARD. The app, created and offered by HMSHost, can be
downloaded for free by travelers to give them the option of having a
hot, fresh meal delivered directly to their gate. You also have the
option to order in advance for pickup at select locations throughout the
airport. B4 YOU BOARD staff are easy to spot at the airport, wearing
bright yellow chef's hats and aprons.
Participating Restaurants Include:
Terminal 1: Tuscany Café
Terminal 2: Stanley's Blackhawks Kitchen & Tap
Terminal 3: Wolfgang Puck Café
Food selections include breakfast, lunch and dinner offerings, as well as appetizers and desserts.
B4 YOU BOARD is available from the Apple App Store and the Android Market. Delivery of the meal via HMSHost's B4 YOU BOARD associates is also free of charge.
The Virtual Concierge kiosks located in baggage claim offer multi-lingual, touch-screen technology that provides hotel, transportation and airport information in eight different languages including flight status, weather updates and information on Chicago events and attractions.
You may also use the kiosks to make a toll-free call to place a hotel reservation, order a rental car or speak with a Customer Service Representative.
With Virtual Concierge, making travel arrangements is easy, with relevant information right at your fingertips.
Flight Information Displays
Flight Information Displays located in the McCormick Place Convention Center lobby provide real-time flight information for O'Hare International Airport.
CTA Blue Line - Clark & Lake Stop
Flight Information Displays located in the CTA Blue Line Clark & Lake station provide real-time flight information for O'Hare International Airport.
Accenture Interactive Network
The Interactive Network is a 7-foot high by 10-foot wide screen located in the busy American Airlines Terminal 3, where its vivid graphics capture the attention of passersby who can take advantage of its touch-screen simplicity to instantly gain access to useful information.
Users of the Accenture Interactive Network enjoy content ranging from practical to informative to entertaining (weather, news, sports scores, etc.).