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Chicago Midway Airport Parking

Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) is located on the Southwest side of Chicago, Illinois. MDW was the first airport to serve the Chicago metropolitan area. Today, it is the second-largest airport in Chicago, after O’Hare International Airport. There are over 22 million passengers traveling through MDW each year. Most flights from MDW are operated by the low-cost carrier, Southwest Airlines. Chicago is Southwest’s largest focus city. In 1949, the airport was named after the “Battle of Midway,” which was a decisive naval battle in the Pacific Theater of World War II that took place only six months after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

If you find yourself needing parking at Midway Airport, then you are in luck because there are several affordable and convenient options for MDW parking. We highly recommend booking parking in advance so that you do not waste time driving around when you can locate Chicago airport parking options in advance and ensure a spot is reserved before you even arrive at your destination. ParkFellows will help you search between a variety of options, compare the prices, and book your parking spot. Book online today with ParkFellows for an overall easy, quick, and stress-free parking experience.

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Parking types at Chicago Midway Airport (MDW)

Park and Ride Park and Ride You will drive your car directly to the reserved parking lot, usually located a few miles from the airport. A complimentary shuttle will drop-off and pick-up directly curbside at your terminal. Some parking operators will have an on-demand shuttle and others will have a shuttle that runs at regular intervals. The driver will be happy to help you with your luggage.
Park and Walk Park and Walk These parking garages or parking lots are located very close to the terminal so there is no shuttle needed. You simply park your car and walk to the terminal with your luggage.
Park, Sleep & Fly Park, Sleep & Fly Spend a night at the hotel, then take a shuttle to the airport in the morning. Leave your car at the secure hotel parking lot. A hotel shuttle will bring you back to your car when you return. This is all included in the price of the hotel.

Types of Midway Parking

As you are searching for parking at Midway, there are two parking types to keep in mind: Park and Ride and Park and Walk. We recommend the Shuttle services because the rates are so much more affordable for long term parking. 

Park and Ride

Park and Ride is the perfect option for Midway airport long term parking. There are several parking operators that provide affordable and efficient services. You will park a few miles from the airport and a shuttle will drive you directly to your terminal.

  • There are two Midway Economy Parking lots operated by the Chicago Midway airport. There is a shuttle that runs every 10-15 minutes, but it is unclear how long the ride is to the terminal.
  • The Midway Daily Parking lot also has a shuttle that runs every 10-15 minutes, but it is unclear how long the ride is to the terminal. This lot is also operated by the Chicago Midway airport.
  • Park and Ride shuttles provide luggage assistance and curbside drop-off.

 

Park and Walk

There is one parking garage at Midway airport located within walking distance of the terminals for both daily and hourly parking. Although it is convenient to not wait for a shuttle, the rates for this MDW parking garage are very high. You still need to remember to leave plenty of time to search for a parking spot and then walk with your luggage into the airport.

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