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Chicago Rockford International Airport
Commercial and general aviation travel needs are well met in the Chicago area. The Chicago Rockford International Airport, located south of Rockford, has roots dating back to 1917. Camp Grant, a United States Army Cavalry Camp, was established during World War 1. The Camp was also used as a training base, during World War II. In 1946, this 2,900 acre regional airport was established as the Greater Rockford Airport. With the addition of a terminal and the two United Parcel Service cargo facilities, the airport became busy with cargo transportation, as well as commercial flights.
Although the majority of flights are general aviation flights, commercial flights are available to Las Vegas, Orlando, Phoenix, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Denver, Cancun and Fort Myers, via Allegiant Air, Frontier Airlines and Vision Airlines. The airport's location approximately 68 miles northwest of Chicago, makes it conducive for travelers outside of Chicago.
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