Chicago planes flying again

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After a sleepless night, passengers at O’Hare and Midway airport are flying once again.

Both Chicago airports have resumed normal operations.

Anxious fliers waited for the “Storm of the Century” and nothing happened.

Most of them have been booked on new flights.

The Department of Aviation reports that everything is back to normal.

An estimated 93-million people are traveling this week.

Experts recommend allowing yourself up to 3 hrs. if you’re traveling out of O’Hare this weekend.

To check the status of a flight, go to: and click on “my flights.”

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