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Majority of our lots are located minutes from the terminal, making it easy to catch flights with our shuttles.


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Parking Guide

Parking At LA/Ontario International Airport offers several options for those in need of LA/Ontario International Airport parking. Get reservations at one of two off-site different parking lots. Both have well-lit, secure parking facilities so your vehicle stays safe while you’re away, as well as provide free shuttle service to get you to the airport on time so you never miss a flight.

You can also choose to park on-site at LA/Ontario International Airport terminal parking. Located conveniently close to the terminals, Daily Parking Lots 2, 4 and 5 provide long term parking for Ontario Airport passengers. Daily Lot 5 is the largest lot, with over 2,000 spaces for parking, near Terminal 4. Daily Lot 2 is in front of Terminal 2, while Daily Lot 4 is located in front of Terminal 4. If you need to go between terminals, hop on the courtesy 24-hour shuttles. Additionally, if you have an electric vehicle, free charging stations are available in Lots 2 and 4.

ONT Airport Guide

LA/Ontario International Airport, in the heart of the Inland Empire in Southern California, about 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. The airport, which saw 4.8 million passengers pass through its gates in 2010, serves the city of Ontario in San Bernardino County, along with surrounding suburb cities in the Inland Empire, Los Angeles County and Orange County. It’s also a hub for Southwest Airlines, with over 50 percent of passenger traffic flying Southwest in early 2011.

Getting to Ontario Airport is relative to which direction you’re coming. From the Los Angeles, Long Beach or Orange County areas, take the 10 East – from the San Bernardino, Temecula, or Riverside areas, get to the 10 West - and exit at Archibald Avenue, where you will turn right and go straight to the airport. Public transportation options are dependent on where you are traveling. There are a number of transit companies to get in touch with, from Amtrak and Greyhound to Metrolink and Metro Bus and Rail for LA County.

While Southwest is the most popular airline flying out of Ontario, there are a number of other major air carriers with bases at the airport traveling to destinations around the country such as Denver, Seattle, Phoenix, Houston, Chicago, and more. Aeromexico has flights to Mexico City, which come in to the International Terminal. Alaska Airlines, Delta, United and United Express, as well as regional carrier Great Lakes, all fly out from Terminal 2, while American, Southwest and US Airways utilize Terminal 4.

Parking Resources

  • Shuttles coming from long term parking lots not located at LA/Ontario International Airport will drop off and pick up passengers at their terminal.
  • Ontario Airport offers a free Cell Phone Lot for those waiting to pick up passengers coming from arriving flights.
  • Electric vehicles can charge for free at select locations within the airport’s Terminal Parking facilities. .
  • LA/Ontario International Airport provides Wi-Fi internet access throughout the entire airport through T-Mobile HotSpot for a fee.


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