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Ontario Airport Parking (ONT)

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Ontario Airport parking

Finding Ontario Airport parking that suits you has never been easier!

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Cheap Parking at Ontario Airport

Ontario International Airport Parking doesn't have to be expensive. For example, off-site parking options are secure, convenient and can be more economical.

Coast-to-coast provider Park ‘N Fly is one of the best, with an uncovered self -park facility situated just 2.4 km from the airport, or five minutes in a comfy shuttle bus that operates around the clock.

Similarly, Sunrise Airport Parking Ontario is just 2.7km from the terminal so extremely convenient for all your parking needs.

Whatever your requirements, browsing Looking4.com helps you find the best Ontario International Airport parking at supersonic speed.

Ontario Airport On-site Parking

Ontario Airport’s on-site parking options are spread between lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, with valet parking for Terminals 2 and 4.

On-site facilities when overnight parking at Ontario Airport include a 24-hour parking office, free electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at the south side of Lots 2 and 4, and free motorcycle parking in lots 2 and 4. All lots are in walking distance of terminals except Lot 5, for which Ontario Airport offers a parking shuttle.

In terms of security, barrier entry, floodlighting and security patrols are employed as standard.

Parking Lot 2 is located at Terminal 2, where you’ll find China Airlines departures, Volaris departures and Alaska, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue and United carriers. It’s suitable for parking on a per day basis, but premium hourly parking at the front of the lot is pricier.

Lot 3 is adjacent to Lot 2 on Terminal Way and offers economy parking at a reasonable daily rate.

Situated next to lot 3, Lot 4 is directly opposite Terminal 4, where carriers American and Southwest are based. Provisions and fees are the same as Lot 2.

Lot 5 is located close to Lot 4 and sits on the corner of Terminal Way East and Airport Drive. It offers long-term value onsite parking and a free shuttle bus to terminals.

You’ll find valet parking at Terminals 2 and 4 curbside and complimentary short-term passenger pickup at Lot D close to the International Arrivals Terminal for airlines Like China Airlines and Volaris.

Ontario Airport parking Cost

Car ParkDaily rates from
Park ‘N Fly - Self Park - Uncovered - Ontario$ 9.95
Ontario Airport Premium Parking – Self Park – Lot 2$ 24
Ontario Airport Economy Parking – Long Term- Lot 3$ 13
Ontario Airport Premium Parking – Self Park – Lot 4$ 24
Ontario Airport Long Term Parking – Self Park – Lot 5$ 11
Ontario Airport Valet Parking – Terminals 2 and 4 curbside$ 25

Guide to Ontario Airport

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  • (+1) 909-544-5300
  • 91761
  • DT, IT
  • Car, bus, train, taxi, rental
  • Free Wi-Fi service in all public passenger areas
  • www.flyontario.com

Ontario International Airport serves 5.1 million passengers per annum and it's not hard to see why!

It’s the most convenient air hub for travelers from San Bernardino and Los Angeles County in Southern California’s Inland Empire region, nestled 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles and right in the heart of SoCal

Ontario Airport offers direct services to 18 destinations in Taiwan, Mexico and the US, with 64 daily departures from 8 carriers, including Alaska, Delta and China Airlines.

Ontario’s bustling Terminals 2 and 4 are bursting at the seams with bars, restaurants, bookshops and more, so you’re never stuck for somewhere to slake your thirst or satisfy yourself with some retail therapy.

Ontario Airport Location

Onatrio Airport is 61 km east of downtown Los Angeles, 37 km west of downtown San Bernardino and just 3.2 km from downtown Ontario.

Travelers from Los Angeles, Orange County, Long Beach and San Bernardino can reach Ontario Airport via Interstate 10, 57 Freeway, 605 Freeway and I-10 respectively.

Ontario International Airport History

Ontario International Airport began life before World War II and in 1967, the City of Ontario and City of Los Angeles Department of Airports (LAWA) entered into an agreement meaning LAW would manage and operate ONT.

The City of Los Angeles became the owner of ONT in 1985, then in 2016, The City of Ontario took sole control of ONT — it’s now run by Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA).

It’s a medium hub full service airport on a 1700 acre site and facilities consist of two main departure terminals of 570,000 square feet in combined total, an International Arrivals Terminal with nine aircraft parking spots and 26 passenger gates.

There are two parallel runways that are 10,200 and 12,200 feet long and as well as passenger activities, the airport is used extensively for air freight operations.

Airport facilities

Ontario International is an airport on the move — since reverting to local OIAA control in 2016, it’s added several domestic and international flights, established many long-term concession agreements with major retailers to improve the customer experience, developed a land use plan for sustainable future growth and obtained federal funding for projects such as improved taxiways.

Passengers strolling through its two terminals now enjoy an immersive shopping and dining experience — so the next time you pop by you can stop for an artisan coffee, chow down on premium pizza, browse bookstore shelves for a bestseller and much more.

You’ll find friendly and well-informed uniformed airport ambassadors throughout the terminals who will readily provide directions, guidance and assistance, and if you need to find out anything before you reach ONT, call (+1) 909-544-5300.

ONT Services and Facilities include:

  • Short and long-term covered and uncovered parking both onsite and offsite.
  • Valet and Park and Ride Parking options with regular shuttle buses.
  • Information desks at Terminals 2 and 4.
  • Public payphones at Terminals 2 and 4.
  • USO facility.
  • Disabled parking in all parking lots, curb cuts in front of all terminals for wheelchair accessibility, elevators on first and second floors of Terminals 2 and 4, TDD capable phones, accessible restrooms, airline wheelchair services, accessible restaurants and service animal relief centers.
  • Wheelchair accessible shuttles in airport grounds and accessible cab services to and from ONT.
  • Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations.
  • Nearby hotels with airport shuttle services.
  • Shopping — including bookstores, fashion and tech.
  • Restaurants, cafes and food outlets — including craft beers and gourmet burgers, fish tacos, fresh bagels and barista coffee.
  • Escape Lounge at Terminal 2.
  • ATMs located in both terminals on upper and lower levels.
  • Lost and Found department at Terminal 2 behind information desk.
  • Nursing rooms for mothers.

Ontario Airport hotel and parking

You’ll find several hotels near Ontario International Airport that offer park, sleep and fly deals.

Terms and conditions vary with each, so verify how long you can leave your car with them before booking.

Sometimes the cost of paying for a room with free parking compares favorably with on and offsite parking, so it’s worth researching options online thoroughly.

Top things to do in Ontario Airport

Enjoy beer and burgers with a side of rock n roll

If you love cold beer, hot burgers and scorching rock music, making a bee-line for Rock & Brews Restaurant at Terminal 4 is a total no-brainer.

Their impressive rotating beer menu includes IPAs, stouts, ambers, sours and blondes — you can quench your thirst six ways to Sunday.

But don’t forget the burgers. They’re stacked with succulent beef and tasty toppings, then packed into premium buns and served with fresh, crisp French fries — why mess with a classic formula?

Tuck into fish taco

When fish and tacos are your two favorite foods, you’ll think you’ve died and gone to heaven at Wahoo’s Fish Taco in Terminal 4.

Get your chops round grilled or Cajun fresh caught Alaskan salmon, flounder of shrimp — or flip the seafood script and opt for chicken breast, carnitas braised pork, 100% Angus grilled steak or even tofu.

Stuffed in tacos with salad and sauce and accompanied by fluffy rice, any of these fillings tastes fabulous.

Top up on tech

Arriving at the airport to find that you’ve forgotten your phone charger, batteries or favorite earphones fills your pre-flight experience with frustration.

But you can find last minute replacements or treat yourself to brand new tech gadgets at K. Tech-E in Terminal 4.

If you’re lost without electronics, this store is the best place to find yourself.

Top things to do near Ontario Airport

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Rock Climb Every Day

When you’re more agile than a mountain goat and love the great outdoors, you’ll find the perfect distraction at Rock Climb Every Day.

Located just 6 km from Ontario International Airport at the iconic Joshua Tree National Park, this is the perfect place to try rock climbing for the first time, sharpen up skills you haven’t used for a while and learn the fine points of anchor building and self-rescue.

There are women-only classes, guided tours and multi-day adventures on offer too — for excellent exercise in stunning surroundings, it’s hard to beat.

Salt Oasis

Situated 7.7 km from ONT at Rancho Cucamonga, Salt Oasis is an awesome place to relax, unwind, realign your chakras and rebalance your perspective.

When cascading waterfalls impact the imported Himalayan salt rocks in the salt cave and salt rooms, they unleash an invigorating combination of natural health-enhancing minerals like iodine, zinc, potassium and magnesium.

Benefits include beautiful skin and relief from temporary respiratory conditions and annoying allergies.

IFLY Indoor Skydiving

Feeling weightless is a fantasy that few of us can fulfil —unless you happen to be an experienced parachutist, pilot or astronaut.

But just 4.8km from Ontario International Airport, you can make your skydiving dreams come true at iFLY — without having to zoom thousands of feet into the air in a plane first.

Floating on a comfortable cushion of air inside a high-tech wind tunnel with an instructor by your side, you’ll wonder why you’ve never tried this before. And since it’s suitable for kids from age 3 upwards, it’s spot-on for a family outing.

Ontario Mills

Want to shop ‘til you drop a stone’s throw from ONT? Then head straight for Ontario Mills. This well-appointed mall is only 4.5km from the airport and it’s ram-packed with chic boutiques selling everything from designer handbags to high-end sports goods.

All your favorite brands are here, including Saks 5th Avenue Off 5th, Coach Factory Store, Tommy Hilfiger and Abercrombie & Fitch.

Once your credit card is glowing like lava, cool down with delicious drinks and snacks at food outlets like Rainforest Café and Market Broiler — it’s a brilliant day out.

Which terminal?

With two main departure terminals and an International Arrivals Terminal, Ontario International Airport is small yet perfectly formed — it’s much easier to find your way around here than it is in some of its gargantuan competitors.

Currently served by nine main passenger carriers, Terminal 2 handles domestic and international airlines, while Terminal 4 focuses on domestic. If you’re picking up passengers arriving from abroad, International Arrivals is clearly signposted.

Here’s where to find your flight:

China Airlines (departures)2
Volaris (departures)2
Alaska2
Delta2
Frontier2
jetBlue2
United2
American1
Southwest1
Airline Terminal

How to get to Ontario Airport

By car

From the Los Angeles area, take the San Bernardino Freeway Interstate 10 east and exit at Archibald Avenue. Then turn right and follow the ramp right into Ontario International Airport. Terminals and parking lots are clearly signposted.

From Long Beach, take the 605 Freeway north to I-10 and follow the above directions.

From the Orange County vicinity, follow the 57 Freeway north to I-10 east and follow the directions above.

From Riverside/Temecula areas, take the 15 Freeway north to I-10 west, exit at Archibald Avenue and follow the signs for the airport and terminals, which are prominently displayed.

From San Bernardino, take the I-10 west to Archibald Avenue, then follow the airport signage.

By bus

Companies like Greyhound, Flixbus and more can carry you to Ontario from almost any starting point in the US.

Once you arrive at Ontario bus station, simply catch a number 61 Omnitrans bus and you’ll be at ONT in 15 minutes.

By train

There are a couple of convenient options for rail travelers to ONT.

If you’re approach takes you through Pomona Station, alight here to connect to the route 61 bus which takes you directly to the airport.

Alternatively, East Ontario Metrolink Station is in closest proximity to the airport and passengers on this route should transfer to Omnitrans Route 81 here, get off at the Haven Avenue car rental facility and take the airport shuttle bus to the terminals.

Useful tips


Business Centers

Find Business Centers on the upper levels of Terminals 2 and 4 — perfect for making a corporate call, catching up on emails or prepping a last-minute PowerPoint presentation.

Car hire

Car hire companies at ONT include Thrifty, National, Hertz, Enterprise, Dollar, Avis and Alamo.

Traveler's Aid

Traveler’s Aid is a charity group which helps passengers who become distressed because of missing flights or any other reason. Volunteers can help with transportation sourcing cash and finding temporary accommodation. Find this service at Terminal 4 between baggage claim and escalators.

Taxis

Taxis can be found curbside outside baggage claim — simply hop in and your driver will start the meter, there’s no need to reserve.

Ontario Airport FAQs


Is there long term parking at Ontario Airport?

Yes — there are a variety of long term parking options! From the official Ontario Airport Long Term Parking lots, to offsite services such as Park 'N' Fly and even valet parking, you're spoiled for choice when you book through Looking4.com

Is the ONT courtesy shuttle operational 24 hours a day?

Yes — the shuttle runs every 5-20 minutes throughout the day and night, but departures occur less frequently between 12:30 am and 3 am. All shuttles are wheelchair accessible and take passengers between every area across the airport compound.

How much does it cost to park at Ontario Airport?

Ontario Airport parking rates vary depending on which service you choose and the length of your trip, but prices start at around $9.14 per day.

Are security fast-track services available at Ontario International Airport?

Yes — expedited screening services are available through TSA Pre-check and Global Entry. Information for both can be found online.

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