Ontario International Airport
Ontario International Airport (ONT) is the 4-time fastest growing airport in the United States, according to Global Traveler, a leading publication for frequent fliers. Located in the Inland Empire, ONT is approximately 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles in the center of Southern California. It is a full-service airport which, before the coronavirus pandemic, offered nonstop commercial jet service to 26 major airports in the U.S., Mexico, Central America, and Taiwan.
Ontario International Airport currently has three terminals, with plans to expand soon. Presently, the terminals include the International Terminal, Terminal 2, and Terminal 4. Please see the below information for details on the airlines in each terminal.
The International Terminal is for passengers arriving on international flights. International departures are in Terminal 2.
Need to park at Ontario International Airport?
Lots 2 and 4 allow overnight general and premium parking. These lots also allow smaller time increments ranging from 30 mins to 4 hours. With cheaper options including lot 3 and 5. Lots 2, 3, and 4 are all within walking distance to the terminals, while Lot 5 provides a courtesy shuttle to get you back and forth to the terminals. Ontario even offers electric vehicle parking in Lots 2 and 4. You can pre-book your parking for a convenient, contactless experience here. If you are picking someone up and prefer not to pay for parking, you can use the convenient cell phone waiting lot.
For more information on our parking options, click here.
How to get to Anaheim from the Ontario International Airport
You also have plenty of ground transportation options when you choose to fly through Ontario. California is a driver’s state, so if you want to get around, you may want to rent a car. We offer courtesy shuttles that can take you to the airport’s convenient rental car facility. There, you’ll have many different choices of rental car companies.
If you need other means of transportation from the Ontario International Airport to Anaheim, you will find those as well. There are plenty of taxis, limousines, rideshare apps, and public transportation services to assist you. A more affordable option might be one of the shuttle services, such as Omnitrans. Regardless, you will never be at a loss for a way to get to your destination in Ontario, Anaheim, or beyond.
To explore these transportation options, click here.
Ontario International Airport has the services you need
If you need to spend some time at the Ontario International Airport, you won’t go hungry. Snack and restaurant choices in the terminals include Cross Grain Brewhouse, Harvest & Grounds, Rock & Brews, Wahoo’s Fish Taco, Dunkin’, and much more. For your convenience, ONT also has shops, ATMs, a lost & found, and services for travelers with disabilities.
Cargo at the Ontario, California Airport
The Inland Empire plays a major role in our nation's cargo operations, and ONT itself is a huge contributor to the region's cargo infrastructure. If you've ever tracked a package online, there's a good chance you've seen your orders pass through Ontario, California. Between UPS, FedEx, Amazon Prime Air, and other companies, ONT processes thousands upon thousands of tons of freight every month. Cargo is a vital part of ONT's day-to-day business, and there is a lot of room for this area to grow here.
2500 Airport Drive
Ontario CA 91761
2900 Airport Drive
Ontario CA 91761
2222 International Way
Ontario CA 91761