In theory, you could take a cab to Ontario International Airport, but a bus rental is a solid option for anyone seeking an affordable, efficient, and reliable route to their flight. Even with the infamous traffic of southern California, a charter bus is sure to get you to your flight on time.
If you’re traveling with a group, choosing to rent a bus allows you all to stay together. You don’t have to split up, making the ride easier on everyone involved. Renting a bus is a particularly affordable option for larger groups. From minibus rentals with 21 seats to coach buses with 55 seats, you’re sure to find the charter bus that fits your needs just right.
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In 2019, Ontario Airport served more than five and a half million passengers, making it the third largest airport in the region. Located in Ontario, California, ONT continues to serve as a popular option for passengers coming from San Bernardino, Riverside, and even LA. No matter where you’re coming from in SoCal, ONT can take you where you’re going.
People have been flying planes on Ontario Airport land since 1923 under the name Friends of Ontario Airport. However, it wasn’t until 1946 that this airport became Ontario International Airport. With quite a long history of development, Ontario Airport saw the area change from a bare region of ice stations and packing companies to a bustling area where people live, work, and play. No longer is it reserved for shippers sending packages on their way.
Just off the San Bernardino Freeway (otherwise known as I-10), Ontario Airport is easy to get to. Passengers arrive mostly by car or charter bus. The nearby Ontario Convention Center, Auto Club Speedway, and even Angeles National Forest all prove that ONT is a well-situated spot to catch a flight, no matter where you’re going.
Are you traveling here from a nearby city? Learn more about charter bus rental in these areas, and how you can set up group transportation straight from these cities.