There's hope for O'Hare. The world's busiest airport can be fixed. It won't be easy, it won't be quick and it certainly won't be cheap, but it can be done. Because Chicago O'Hare International Airport is a major domestic and international hub for two of the planet's largest airlines, delays here impact schedules across North America and, indeed, the world. The turbulent Midwestern weather-thunderstorms in the spring and summer, snow and ice in the winter-makes a bad situation worse, but ...

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