Valet Parking Expanding at Ontario International Airport
Popular curbside service added at Terminal 2 as airport continues growth surge
(Ontario, California – April 30, 2018) – Valet parking is coming to Terminal 2 at Ontario International Airport (ONT), part of the ongoing effort to make flying through the airport even more convenient.
Beginning May 10, 2018, curbside valet parking will be available to passengers departing from Terminal 2, which includes six carriers: Alaska, Delta, Frontier, United, Volaris and China Airlines, which began operations at ONT last month.
The valet parking rate will be $25 per day. Valet parking is already available at Terminal 4, which serves American Airlines and Southwest Airlines.
The addition of valet parking to Terminal 2 occurs as ONT continues its steady year-over-year growth, according to Alan D. Wapner, president of the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA). “We work every day to establish new services and expand existing services that are popular with our airport customers. Demand for air travel at Ontario is jumping and, as a result, our customers expect services and amenities that increase the convenience factor of traveling through our airport.”
Passenger volumes grew 10% through March of 2018, compared to the same three months last year, while freight volumes were up by more than 16%.
China Airlines began daily service between ONT and Taiwan (TPE) from Terminal 2 on March 25, the first non-stop transoceanic service in ONT’s history.
China Airlines and Volaris customers who utilize valet parking at Terminal 2 will retrieve their vehicles at ONT’s International Arrivals Terminal located to the west of Terminal 2.
Last year, the OIAA approved the addition of popular ride-hailing companies to the airport's ground transportation program while Omnitrans added Route 61 bus stops at ONT every 15 minutes between 4:45 a.m. and 10:45 p.m.
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About Ontario International Airport
Ontario International (ONT) Airport is located in the Inland Empire, approximately 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles in the center of Southern California. It is a full-service airport with nonstop commercial jet service to 18 major airports in the U.S. and Mexico, and connecting service to many domestic and international destinations. There is an average of 66 daily departures offered by 8 air carriers. More information is available at www.flyOntario.com.
About the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA)
The OIAA was formed in August 2012 by a Joint Powers Agreement between the City of Ontario and the County of San Bernardino to provide overall direction for the management, operations, development and marketing of ONT for the benefit of the Southern California economy and the residents of the airport's four-county catchment area. OIAA Commissioners are Ontario Mayor Pro-Tem Alan D. Wapner (President), Retired Riverside Mayor Ronald O. Loveridge (Vice President), Ontario Council Member Jim W. Bowman (Secretary), San Bernardino County Supervisor Curt Hagman (Commissioner) and retired business executive Julia Gouw (Commissioner).