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From Barajas to O'Hare, from Madrid to Chicago
You've heard all about the new "T 4", at Barajas International Airport, Madrid. Maybe you've been there. You've seen the lofty ceilings with their red-orange-yellow, green-blue support structure.
Have you been to the O'Hare International Airport, Chicago? You'll feel right at home as you walk down the concourse. O'Hare is a "people friendly" airport. There is a train that connects the terminals. There are news stands, book stores, cafés, bars and food courts everywhere. You don't have to go far to find the Arrivals/Departures monitors. There are telephones and bathrooms everywhere.
And as you gaze up and down the concourse, you feel right at home: the Spanish flag is there to greet you.