Ontario International Airport has launched new ‘Aspire’ premium lounges, which will provide passengers with a new level of comfort and convenience.
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Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA)
Ontario International Airport welcomed 454,000 air passengers in March 2022, after a long-awaited increase in passenger volume post-COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ontario International Airport Authority has approved a budget revision to lower landing fees and airline costs to ensure Ontario International Airport is even more attractive to air carriers.
Ontario International Airport has experienced a consistent COVID-19 recovery, compared with other medium and large-size airports, with nearly 4.5 million passengers travelling through in 2021.
Southern California’s Ontario International Airport Authority Commission has agreed to a ground lease and surplus property development contract, to support ongoing airport improvements.
In data compiled by the Ontario International Airport Authority, Ontario International Airport passenger volumes surpassed four million in November 2021, a close match to pre-COVID-19 numbers.
Ontario International Airport has been recognised as the fastest-growing airport in the U.S. for the fourth consecutive year, with passenger volumes reaching pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels.
Ontario International Airport experienced an increase to passenger volumes in September 2021, with a rise of 97 per cent more than pre-COVID-19 levels and 132 per cent from 2020 results.
As a result of the wide range of health safety measures that have been implemented at the airport, ACI has awarded Ontario with the Airport Health Accreditation.
In the latest instalment of our exclusive CEO series, Mark Thorpe, CEO of Ontario International Airport Authority, discusses the importance of shifting the industry’s mindset to a business point of view and the need to consider the consumer.
Passenger numbers at Ontario Airport were up more than 10 per cent in July, with more than three million passengers passing through the terminals.
Ontario, California is now the top U.S. market for shipments of outbound cargo, knocking Atlanta from the top spot, according to a leading trade journal which tracks freight movement.
Popularity of Ontario International Airport is reflected in the increase in passengers, cargo and flight carriers at the airport.