Ontario’s Secret Is Out

Ralph Olson puts Ontario International Airport under the microscope to examine the fluctuating history of this Los Angeles facility.

Ontario’s Terminal 2 is home to six airlines including China Airlines, which launched nonstop flights to Taipei in late March 2018.
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Renewed local control is proving to be the secret of success at Ontario International Airport (ONT). It serves Greater Los Angeles, an area of 33,954 sq miles (87,940km2) with a population of almost 20 million. Competition comes from four other major commercial airports in a conurbation which is the largest metropolitan area in the USA.


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