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Ontario International Airport posts November 2016 Statistics

ONTARIO, Calif. - Jan. 11, 2017 -- Airline passenger traffic at Ontario International Airport (ONT) increased 5.3 percent in November 2016 compared with the same month in 2015. In November 2016, the airport served a total of 377,937 passengers compared with 359,046 in November 2015.Domestic passenger traffic in November 2016 totaled 368,225, an increase of 5.6 percent over 348,806 in the same month the previous year.

Nearly 155,000 travelers expected to pass through ONT during year-end holiday season

Ontario, Calif.-December 21,2016 -- Nearly155,000 passengers are expected to pass through Ontario International Airport (ONT) during the holiday travel season that runs from Friday, Dec. 23 through Tuesday, Jan. 3.

That is about 5.5 percent more than last year's volume. And those travelers will be greeted by a number of new parking and concession amenities.

Valet parking makes the ONT travel experience even easier

ONTARIO, Calif. - Dec. 20, 2016 -- Convenient valet parking is now available for Terminal 4 travelers at Ontario International Airport (ONT).

Passengers flying with the airport's two largest carriers, American and Southwest, can pull their cars right up to the outer island directly in front of the terminal. An attendant collects their keys and flight information, and travelers then walk just a few yards into the terminal.

Ontario International Airport Posts October 2016 Statistics

ONTARIO, Calif. – Dec. 1, 2016 — Posting its first monthly passenger traffic statistics since assuming airport control on Nov. 1, 2016, the Ontario International Airport Authority reported airline passenger traffic increased 3 percent in October 2016 compared with October 2015. In October 2016, the airport served a total of 391,996 passengers compared with 380,584 in October 2015.

ONT expecting increased passenger traffic for Thanksgiving holiday

Ontario, California – November 17, 2016 — Air travel at Ontario International Airport (ONT) is expected to increase this holiday travel season as airline seats at ONT are being added on a year-over-year basis.

In issuing their first holiday traffic forecast since assuming control of ONT on Nov. 1, 2016, Ontario International Airport Authority officials predict passenger traffic for the 10-day Thanksgiving travel period that begins Friday, Nov. 18 and continues through Sunday, Nov. 27 will be 128,000, an increase of approximately 4 percent compared with the same period in 2015.

OIAA selects Daniel Adamus as Chief Marketing Officer

Adamus has more than three decades of diverse experience in domestic and international marketing, public affairs, advertising, strategic planning and product and organizational development. His aviation experience includes both airport and aircraft manufacturer clients.

The OIAA, a joint powers agency formed by the City of Ontario and the County of San Bernardino, is on track to assume ownership and control of Ontario International Airport (ONT) in the fourth quarter of 2016, subject to final Federal Aviation Administration approval.