Illinois has introduced new restrictions on travel in and out of the state.

The most significant change is that, beginning April 1, flights from Illinois to Florida will no longer be able to connect to international flights, which are available from many airlines.

Previously, the only way to fly to Florida from Illinois was to fly directly to Orlando.

That was not an option for most passengers traveling from Illinois.

Illinois will also ban flights from Chicago and Milwaukee to Atlanta.

Chicago is the biggest city in Illinois and has a large airport.

It is not unusual to fly from Chicago to other cities in the state, but in this case, that is no longer an option.

The ban applies to all flights from January 1, 2018 through February 5, 2018.

This means Chicago and the other cities of the Greater Chicago area are no longer eligible for direct flights to Atlanta or other destinations in the continental U.S. The list of airports affected by the ban includes Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, the Atlanta-Sandy Springs International Airport and Chicago O’hare International Airport.

It also includes the Chicago Logan International Airport as well as the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport near the city of St. Paul.

Other Chicago airports that are not affected include the University of Illinois at Chicago, the University at Buffalo, the Northwestern University and the University in Buffalo.

All of these airports are in the Chicago metropolitan area, which is not considered part of Illinois.

All flights that take off or land in the metropolitan area are subject to the restrictions.

Chicago, along with many other states, has been under a temporary travel ban since December 12, 2016.

The travel ban was intended to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

Travelers from Illinois are still able to visit and spend time in the United States under a partial travel ban.

Chicagoans can continue to travel to and from the state under the full travel ban, but are prohibited from doing so for 90 days.

Illinois also imposed a temporary statewide ban on all flights that were flying to or from the United Kingdom.

It was the largest state travel ban in the country, and Illinois residents were able to take advantage of it while it lasted.

The Chicago-based airline United Airlines announced it would no longer allow flights from the U.K. to Chicago on February 10.

However, United and other airlines still have the ability to fly between the U,K.

and the U.,S.

for the rest of the ban, which will be phased in over a two-week period.

The U.N. Secretary-General called the travel ban a “terrible decision.”

A spokesperson for United Airlines said it was “disappointed that the Secretary-Generation decided to cancel this important global initiative.”