Travel from Chicago to Tennessee

Train, bus or fly from Chicago to Tennessee?

American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta fly from Chicago to East Chattanooga every 3 hours. Alternatively, Amtrak operates a train from Chicago to Memphis once daily. Tickets cost $75 - $220 and the journey takes 10 h 22 min. MATA Transit also services this route every 20 minutes.

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How to get from Chicago to Tennessee

From Jackson-Blue subway to Chicago O'Hare airport, fly to Chattanooga airport, then taxi to East Chattanooga. 3 h 33 min $335. From Jackson-Blue subway to Chicago O'Hare airport, fly to Knoxville airport, then taxi to Knoxville. 3 h 35 min $284. From Adams/Wabash subway to Chicago Midway airport, fly to Nashville airport, then bus to Nashville. 3 h 42 min $251. From Jackson-Blue subway to Chicago O'Hare airport, fly to Nashville airport, then bus to Nashville. 4 h 14 min $252. From Adams/Wabash subway to Chicago Midway airport, fly to Memphis airport, line 20 bus to Bellevue Boulevard at South Parkway, then line 35 bus to New South Memphis. 4 h 6 min $177. From Jackson-Blue subway to Chicago O'Hare airport, fly to Memphis airport, line 20 bus to Bellevue Boulevard at South Parkway, then line 35 bus to New South Memphis. 4 h 35 min $148. From Chicago Union Station Amtrak train to Central Station then line 12 bus to Front St at Jefferson Ave. 10 h 34 min $155. From Chicago, IL bus to Memphis, TN. 11 h 25 min $60. From Chicago, IL bus to Airways Transit Center then line 4 bus to Front St at Jefferson Ave. 11 h 28 min $56. From Chicago drive to Memphis. 8 h 40 min $64.