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Chicago Midway Airport Shared Transfers

Product ID: 21742
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Start your trip to Chicago with a hassle free shared-ride airport transfer from Midway Airport (MDW). Forget long cab lines and take advantage of the best way to travel to downtown Chicago hotels, with safe and reliable transfers that save time and money.
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Duration: 1 hour
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  • Take the stress out of your Midway Airport transfer
  • Avoid long lines for cabs
Full description
Take the hassle out of your Chicago arrival and book this airport transfer to save you time and money. Why wait in a long cab line when you can be on your way to your downtown hotel, with safe and reliable drivers and transportation?

Arrival and departure transfers are available from Midway Airport (MDW) to downtown hotels, with luggage allowance of 1 standard-size suitcase and 1 small carry-on per person, of no more than 60 pounds per bag. Passengers exceeding that amount, or with multiple large boxes will need to book a private van.

Baggage is never removed from passengers’ presence, and is safely stored in the passenger compartment in which passengers are riding for added security. So, sit back and relax as you travel in comfort worry free at the start of your Chicago vacation or business trip, or if you are returning home!
  • One way transfer
  • Taxes and tolls
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities (optional)

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Meeting point

GO Airport Express Ticket Desk Midway Airport (MDW)

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Important information
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• You must provide your flight and hotel information in information requested by the tour operator field during booking. If you do not provide this information your transfer is not guaranteed and no refund will be due.

From US$ 36.10 per person

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Product ID: 21742