About Ontario International Airport (ONT, KONT)
Situated 38 miles east of the central business district of Los Angeles and just 2 miles east of the downtown of the city of Ontario, Ontario International Airport is a public use airport in San Bernardino County, California. The airport is operated and owned by Ontario International Airport Authority. Ontario International Airport boasts a myriad of the world-class facilities and has a rich history. It provides domestic and international flights to about 19 destinations and features two terminals and two concrete surfaced runways in good condition. The leading airlines are China Airlines, American Eagle, American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, United Express, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and others.
There are 23 aircraft based on the field of Ontario International Airport, such as multi-engine airplanes and jet airplanes. The major aircraft operations Ontario International Airport provides are transient general aviation, military, air taxi, commercial, and local general aviation.