“Chicago,” the musical and the hit movie have nothing on the real thing. Soar into the “Windy City,” Chicago, on these flights, and discover a world of baseball, theatre, and soul food.
Along with fast cars, James Bond likes planes, too. Hop on his favourite airline, as shown in Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace, Virgin Atlantic. Perfect for those who want to go green, Virgin Atlantic reduces its environmental impact by recycling and using less fuel and more earth-friendly resources.
British Airways also has flights to Chicago. The “Airline of the Year” at the World Airline Awards 2006 offers its World Traveller economy class. Air travel is stress-free with spa treatments from Elemis skin and body care. Blankets, cushions, and socks are provided too, at no extra cost.
Complimentary soft drinks, newspapers, and “comfort kits” are supplied on bmi’s flights to Chicago. Seatback screens provide entertainment, while the seats’ adjustable footrests and headrests give comfort. Have a great meal with bmi. Among its selections are chicken, sausage, or cheddar paninis, and a few cakes and chocolates.
Fly with KLM, the oldest airline in the world. Read the oldest in-flight magazine in the world too, the Holland Herald. Relax on KLM’s “sleeping chairs,” which can be reclined up to a 170-degree angle, and have massage settings.
Great fun awaits on Continental Airlines, North America’s “Best Airline” at the World Airline Awards 2008. Enjoy music channels such as “Japanese Favorites,” “Latin Fiesta,” and “Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.” Play videogames like Elephant Memory, Hang Man, and Invasion. Continental magazine features with articles on gadgets, real estate, and travel.
American Airlines also has flights to Chicago. All carriers land at Chicago O’Hare International Airport, one of the busiest in North America.