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Do I have to wear a mask at ONT?

No. ONT adheres to the directives of the Transportation Security Administration and as of 4/18/2022 the mask mandate has been lifted. Read the official Transportation Security Administration statement here:

Are temperature checks required for me to enter the airport?

No. While the Airport does not conduct temperature checks some airlines do. Please check with your airline prior to your trip on their safety procedures.

Can I still take flight if I left my mask?

Yes. ONT adheres to the directives of the Transportation Security Administration and as of 4/18/2022 the mask mandate has been lifted. Read the official Transportation Security Administration statement here:

ONT has Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) vending machines located on both floors of each Terminal where you can purchase masks, gloves, sanitizers and more to keep you clean & safe during your travels.

Is parking still available at the airport?

Yes. All lots are open at ONT. Valet remains closed.

Are restaurants and shops open?

Yes. While operating with reduced hours, restaurants and shops are open at ONT in both Terminal 2 and Terminal 4. You can find restaurant hours here:

Should I arrive earlier for my flight due to new COVID-19 health & safety procedures at ONT?

As recommended by TSA, you should still arrive an hour and 30 minutes to two hours prior to your departure time. ONT is known for its convenience and easy curb-to-gate experience that usually results in a quicker throughput than most airports.

If I am feeling sick, should I still fly?

No. If you are sick with flu-like symptoms, please do not travel. Airport employees who are sick should not come to work.

Can I travel with hand sanitizer in my carryon bag? How much?

Yes, up to 12 ounces of liquid hand sanitizer is allowed through TSA security checkpoints. All other liquids, gels and aerosols brought to a checkpoint must not surpass 3.4 ounces or 100 milliliters. Learn more about this new allowance here:

Is the Rental Car Center still open?

Yes. Rent a vehicle from one of nine companies at our consolidated rental car center located at 3450 East Airport Drive Ontario, California 91761. Find out more here:

Are Airport Shuttles still operating?

Yes. Our Airport Shuttles are still operating 24 hours/day. Detailed shuttle information is located here:

If you’re in need of a hotel shuttle find out more here:

Does ONT still have flights?

Yes. Ontario International Airport is open and operating. Airlines are adjusting flight schedules on a frequent basis, so we encourage air travelers to stay in close touch with their airline. Stay up to date with which routes/destinations are operating at ONT here:

Can I still catch a Taxi or Rideshare to/from ONT?

Yes. Lyft, Wingz, Opoli and taxis are available for transportation to and from ONT. Find out more information here:

Has airline boarding changed?

Yes. Updated boarding processes vary by airline so please contact your airline before your trip.

Have U.S. airports imposed flight restrictions to particular destinations?

U.S. airports do not have the authority to take such actions. The Federal Government, however, can restrict travel.

Updated travel advisories are accessible on the CDC website here.

If you are planning to travel soon, check with your airline on available routes and times.

Is Ontario Airport screening incoming passengers for the coronavirus?

No screening of incoming passengers is currently being conducted.

Where can I get the latest information on coronavirus before I travel?

We encourage all travelers and employees coming to Ontario International Airport to keep up with the latest information provided by the CDC here. Here are more sources that will be helpful for your upcoming journey:

California Department of Public Health (CDPH):

San Bernardino County DPH:

City of Ontario:

Airports Council International:

Transportation Security Administration:

COVID-19 Testing
Is COVID-19 testing available at the airport?

Yes, as of November 23, 2020 ONT partners with Covid Clinic to provide a testing site that is open daily. Find out more information or book an appointment here:

Do I have to get tested for COVID-19 at the airport before I fly?

No, but we do have a Covid Clinic testing site available in Parking Lot F (2020–2062 E Airport Dr. Ontario, CA 91761 - Enter on Vineyard Ave.) daily. Find out more info here:

Do you need a COVID Test to Fly Out of Ontario Airport?

No, but if you are traveling internationally please check with your airline and your destination country’s COVID-19 guidelines. Many countries do require travelers coming from the U.S. to show negative COVID-19 test results, received no more than seven days prior to the arrival flight, upon entry.

Hawaii State Department Trusted Testing Travel Partner
Is ONT considered a Trusted Testing Travel Partner by the State of Hawaii?

Yes, ONT is the 2nd airport certified by the Hawaii State Department of Health as a Trusted Testing Travel Partner.

What are my COVID-19 testing options for travel to Hawaii?

ONT offers several COVID-19 testing options. Passengers may choose one of two testing options; an Expedited PCR test that provides results the next day or a rapid Molecular NAAT test that provides results within 60 minutes. A negative COVID-19 test with 72-hours of departure is required to be exempt from a supervised quarantine upon arrival in Hawaii.

Who qualifies for COVID-19 testing and Hawaii pre-travel tests?

All COVID-19 tests and Hawaii pre-travel tests are available to anyone in the community.

What are the different COVID testing options available at ONT?

There are several COVID-19 testing options at ONT, including a “walk-up” option and by appointment, 6:30am – 10:30pm daily at the airport testing location in Parking Lot 3. Full details and appointments are available at

What is the address of the Ontario Airport Covid-19 Testing Site?

The testing site is located in Parking Lot F (2020–2062 E Airport Dr. Ontario, CA 91761).

Where can I find more information about the Safe Travels Hawaii program?

Full details about the Safe Travels Hawaii program are available at

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