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Ontario Airport Updates

Southern California’s Ontario International Airport Authority authorizes major ground lease and development agreement for surplus property
(Ontario, California – December 23, 2021) – The Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) Commission voted unanimously today to authorize a Development and Entitlement Agreement that will lead to a ground lease for approximately 198 acres of surplus property at the Southern California airport. The 55-year lease will generate approximately $275 million over the first 10 years, which will support ongoing airport improvements while keeping costs down for airlines.

Ontario International Airport adds Uber as ride-app option for fliers
(Ontario, California – December 22, 2021) – Getting to and from Ontario International Airport (ONT) is even easier now with the addition of Uber to the airport's transportation network program, airport and ride-app company officials announced today.

Moderna says initial booster data shows good results on omicron
(Ontario, California – December 20, 2021) – Moderna said Monday that a booster dose of its COVID-19 vaccine should offer protection against the rapidly spreading omicron variant.

Ontario International passenger volume near pre-COVID level in November as airport surpassed 4 million travelers for 2021
(Ontario, California – December 16, 2021) – Ontario International Airport (ONT) welcomed 475,502 travelers in November – nearly matching its pre-pandemic numbers – as the Inland Empire-based airport surpassed 4 million passengers for the year. million for the year.

Ontario airport expects busy Christmas 2021 with travel approaching pre-pandemic levels
(Ontario, California – December 16, 2021) – Winter holiday travel is about to get heavier at Ontario International Airport, which will see close to pre-pandemic numbers of air passengers during the Yuletide and New Year’s holidays.

Ontario International Airport expecting more than 271,000 passengers during winter holidays
(Ontario, California – December 15, 2021) – Ontario International Airport (ONT) will welcome more than 271,000 airline passengers during the upcoming winter holidays, 93% of the number of passengers who traveled through ONT during the same period in 2019 before the COVID-19 pandemic.