Airport Information

Airport Code ONT
Location 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles in the Inland Empire and the center of Southern California
Access Well-located within the regional ground transportation system, lying between I-10 Freeway on the north and the SR-60 Pomona Freeway on the south; also accessible via a well-developed system of arterial and local roadways
Airport Sponsor ONT is owned and operated by the Ontario International Airport Authority under a Joint Powers Agreement enacted by the City of Ontario and the County of San Bernardino.
Market ONT’s service area includes a population of six million in San Bernardino and Riverside counties, and portions of Orange and Los Angeles counties Airport Size: 1,700 acres
Runways Runway 26R/8L: 12,200 feet long, 150 feet wide Runway 26L/8R: 10,200 feet long, 150 feet wide
Capacity Current facilities support 10 million annual passengers; ultimate capacity of 31 million through expansion and surface transportation infrastructure development (SCAG analysis)
Passenger Airlines AeroMexico, Alaska, American, Delta, Southwest, United and Volaris.
Cargo Airlines FedEx and UPS
Passengers Served 4,209,311 (2015)
Cargo Tons Handled 509,809 (2015)
Flight Departures per Day 61 (April 2016) Terminals: 570,000 square feet with 26 passenger loading bridges in two domestic terminals and 9 aircraft parking positions at the International Arrivals Terminal.
Hangar Space 350,000 square feet
Parking  Lot 2 (1,601 spaces), Lot 3 (1,192), Lot 4 (1,790), Lot 5 (2,200)
Constraints Virtually none. Current policy restricts ight training (touch and go’s) by jet powered aircraft and engine run-ups during overnight hours (11 p.m. to 7 a.m.)