Cheap, Quick Flights to Chicago

The Chicago skyline that you will likely see when you fly to IACP 2011

One of the most convenient things about having a conference in Chicago is that it’s more or less a central location for everyone in the United States, regardless of from where one is traveling. Virginia or California, Arizona or Maine—no one needs to fly all the way across the country to come to IACP 2011, and that should help to save some critical travel dollars in a challenging budget year.

What’s more, Chicago’s busy airports are some of the cheapest to fly into in the entire United States. If you are flexible regarding which specific airport you fly to, you’re likely to save even more. And since Chicago airports are hubs for a variety of airlines, including American Airlines and Southwest, flights are rarely far or few between.

For those a bit closer to Chi-Town, buses, trains, and automobiles are viable options. Amtrak trains stop at Chicago’s Union Station.

For information, to register, and to secure housing at IACP 2011, visit

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  3. For people who are driving or taking the train, where are you traveling from? Are you nearby Chicago? What are some fun things for IACP 2011 attendees to do and see in the area before and after IACP 2011?

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