Senator Feinstein wants LAX to help Ontario airport and Inland Empire economy

Between 2007-2012 airport lost 49 percent of flights, the largest of any California airport. 

Watch our video report when jetBlue left made its final flight from Ontario in August of 2008.

In a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Feinstein indicated that between 2007 and 2012, ONT lost 49 percent of its flights, causing gates to shut down, concession to leave and significant job losses.

Feinstein wrote: “I have heard deep concerns from many business and community leaders that the decline of Ontario International Airport traffic will have a long lasting, negative regional impact on the Inland Empire. I urge you to reach out to Inland Empire leaders to develop a cooperative strategy to address the challenges at the airport.

“Many airports across the Nation and in California have made significant progress in their recovery since the recession. Airports with similar challenges to Ontario have worked with local business leaders, transit agencies, and governments to put plans together to improve transportation access, reach out to new carriers, waive fees and offer other incentives to attract international service, and market the
strengths of their facilities,” Feinstein added.

Click here to read the complete letter from Senator Feinstein to Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti regarding Ontario International airport.

Filed under Video Library, Consumer News, Headline

Saturday, December 21, 2013


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