Travel from Chicago to Delaware

Train, bus or fly from Chicago to Delaware?

Southwest Airlines and Delta fly from Chicago to Claymont every 4 hours. Alternatively, Greyhound USA operates a bus from Chicago to Wilmington every 4 hours. Tickets cost $75 - $190 and the journey takes 14 h 30 min. 2 other operators also service this route.

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How to get from Chicago to Delaware

From Adams/Wabash subway to Chicago Midway airport, fly to Philadelphia airport, line 37 bus to Chester, then train to Claymont. 4 h 49 min $169. From Jackson-Blue subway to Chicago O'Hare airport, fly to Philadelphia airport, line 37 bus to Chester, then train to Claymont. 5 h 18 min $200. From Adams/Wabash subway to Chicago Midway airport, fly to Baltimore airport, bus to BWI Marshall Airport Amtrak, train to S College Ave & Ritter Ln, then line 046 bus to Glasgow. 6 h 10 min $277. From Jackson-Blue subway to Chicago O'Hare airport, fly to Baltimore airport, bus to BWI Marshall Airport Amtrak, train to S College Ave & Ritter Ln, then line 046 bus to Glasgow. 6 h 39 min $258. From Jackson-Blue subway to Chicago O'Hare airport, fly to Harrisburg airport, line 007 bus to Harrisburg Amtrak, train to Downingtown Amtrak, then taxi to North Star. 7 h 5 min $442. From Chicago, IL bus to New York then bus to Wilmington, DE. 18 h 20 min $110. From Chicago Union Station Amtrak train to Washington Union Station Amtrak then train to Wilmington Amtrak. 19 h 8 min $410. From Chicago Union Station Amtrak train to Wilmington Amtrak. 25 h 20 min $283. From Chicago drive to Wilmington. 12 h 23 min $90.