LA/Ontario International Airport

LA – Ontario International Airport (ONT, KONT)

Ontario International Airport is 38 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, in Ontario. ONT’s most extended runway length is 12,197 feet, and one FBO is available for private jets for takeoff and landings at KONT. It is operated by the Ontario International Airport Authority, an FAA air traffic control tower on-site and two runways of 10,000+ feet long. ONT is open 24 hours daily for commercial and private jet traffic.

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LA/Ontario Airport Information & ONT Key Facts

Airport Codes: ONT (FAA & IATA), KONT (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N34-03.4 / W117-36.1
Operating Hours: 24-Hours daily
FBO: There is 1 fixed-based operator (FBO) at the airport.
Runway: 08L/26R  –  12,197 ft. long is the longest runway at ONT.
U.S. Customs: No
Address: 1150 S. Vineyard Avenue, Ontario, CA 91761

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About ONT

Ontario International Airport is located in San Bernardino County, California. It is 38 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. There are two terminals—one for domestic flights and the other for international passengers. The terminals are connected by a bus line, making it easy to travel between them. Ontario International Airport has two runways, one more than 10,000 feet long. In the past couple of years, the airport saw a 3.7% increase in passenger traffic. Executives attribute the increase to regular flights, a good economy, and growing air travel demand.

Aside from the main airport terminals, the airport is home to several FBOs and ground transportation companies. The airport is near the busiest shopping mall in Southern California, Ontario Mills. A central FedEx hub, Ontario’s airport is one of the most accessible in the region. Ontario International Airport is one of the major economic drivers of Southern California. It serves about five million passengers a year. The airport provides transportation services nationally and internationally. In addition, it serves the entire Inland Empire region.

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