Automated Voice in Airport

NARRATOR:
Welcome to Ontario International Airport.... You’re our top priority.

And we have everything a discerning traveler could ask for.
Like location, location, location.

Ontario International is the only airport in our area that offers easy access to Los Angeles and all of Southern California.

No one likes to sit in traffic.

Passengers with morning departures or evening arrivals enjoy a counter-traffic flow, avoiding some of the worst traffic bottlenecks in Southern California.

And because life’s too short to waste time driving around in circles, we have plenty of parking space, and a variety of options to fit anyone’s budget or convenience preference.

So parking at Ontario is a breeze.

Our popular new valet service even tracks your flight and brings your car around when your plane lands!

We’re focused on each traveler’s experience, and we have a lot to offer.
Like unmatched ground transportation, to get you where you need to be.

Our meticulously-designed terminals are modern, spacious and extremely user-friendly.
To make travel the way you want it.

Your safety is our upmost concern and you can rest assured that Ontario International provides a secure, efficient environment.

Since no one likes long lines, our new security enhancements are reducing and even eliminating wait times.
We’also are up-ing our game to satisfy your tastebuds...
And our remodeled gift shops will offer more of what modern travelers want and need.

Every one needs to stay connected and we have great news.
The entire city of Ontario is undergoing a fiber optics upgrade that will allow us to provide high-speed WiFi - that we’ll provide for free.

It’s the little things that make all the difference.
We’re looking forward to sponsored amenities free to flyers – like water bottle refills, charging stations for phones, and comfy couches.
Ontario is the international gateway to Greater Los Angeles and Southern California.

We currently have service to Mexico.

By early 2018, we’ll be offering non- stop service to Asia.
And by next summer we’ll have flights to Europe.