Residents Served in SoCal
Passengers Served (2019)
Acres of Airport Space
Runways Over 10,200 Feet Long
Tons of Cargo Handled (2020)
Since growing Ontario International Airport is at the forefront of our minds, we’ve implemented a strategic air service development (ASD) plan designed to retain and increase air service by working to attract new carriers, add new routes and increase the frequency and aircraft size of our current service. Airlines looking to expand into the Southern California area will find a successful community in the Inland Empire and a strong partner in ONT.
The Inland Empire is one of the fastest growing population centers in the U.S., attracting nearly 47,000 new residents (fifth fastest in the U.S. among metro areas) and 33,000 new households (second fastest) annually.
The IE is expected to grow another 25% in the next quarter century, approaching 7 million people.
The IE is a global supply chain hub, employing more than 200,000 in logistics and related industries.
The IE is one of the youngest regions in California, with a median age (32) that’s five years younger than the U.S. average. 26% of the population is under the age of 18.
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Ontario International Airport has a diverse group of airlines that provide nonstop flights between Ontario and major destinations around the globe; including the United States, Central America, Mexico and Asia. Currently, more than 10 major airlines fly to and from our Southern California gateway.