On May 18, the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) published the new accessibility features at O’Hare and Midway International Airports.
Notably, the article mentions the installation of Aunt Flow period product dispensers in women’s and gender-neutral restrooms on the secure side of Terminals 1, 2 and 3 at O’Hare. This comes as a result of the new partnership between Aunt Flow and the CDA.
The free Aunt Flow products replace fee-based dispensers currently used in the airport. A total of 55 dispensers will be installed, including:
- 18 in Terminal 1
- 9 in Terminal 2
- 28 in Terminal 3
Installation of the Aunt Flow dispensers, serviced by Citron Hygiene, began in January 2023 and is scheduled for completion this July. The CDA encourages all visitors to O’Hare to be mindful of other travelers and to only take what they need.
We are committed to creating a supportive and inclusive travel experience for everyone who passes through O’Hare and Midway, and we work closely with the FAA Office of Civil Rights and the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities to ensure we’re meeting the needs of all travelers.CDA Commissioner Jamie L. Rhee
Some of the other accessibility highlights at Chicago’s airports:
- Accessible transportation options
- Mobility and boarding assistance
- Interpretation services
- Security screening accommodations
- Changing places facility
- Service animal relief areas
- Visual paging
- Support for mothers and travelers with young children
About the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA)
The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) owns and operates one of the world’s busiest airport systems, comprised of O’Hare and Midway International Airports. Chicago’s airports offer service to more than 250 nonstop destinations worldwide, including 47 foreign countries, combined. Together, Chicago’s airports serve more than 105 million passengers each year and generate approximately $70 billion in annual economic activity for the region. The CDA is self-supporting, using no local or state tax dollars for operations or capital improvements at either airport. For more information, visit www.flychicago.com.