News Listings for Ontario International

  • IN FOCUS: How LAX is positioning for future growth

    News | 20 Nov 2012 11:44 | Dan Thisdell

    As Tolstoy might have observed, modern airports are all alike, but legacy airports have their own legacies to overcome. London Heathrow's troubles...
  • Guardian FBO

    News | 27 Sep 2004 23:00

    <p>Guardian Jet Center has begun constructing an executive terminal at its fixed-base operation (FBO) at Ontario international airport, California, to open next year.</p>
  • People

    News | 07 Nov 2000 00:00

    Vought Aircraft, created when Northrop Grumman sold its commercial aerostructures business to The Carlyle Group, has named William McMillan executive vice president (VP) and chief financial officer (CFO). Tom Risley becomes senior VP and chief operating officer (COO) and Vernon Broomall VP technology and business development. The three will report to president and chief executive (CEO) Gordon Williams. e-marketplace has appointed Duncan Alexander CEO. He joins from Pricewaterhouse-Coopers where he was senior consultant in the global aviation practice. Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has appointed Paul Green to the newly created post of deputy executive director-COO, responsible for the operational functions of Los Angeles International, Ontario International, Van Nuys and Palmdale Regional airports. He was director and CEO of Marine Division of Washington State Department of Transportation. Joseph Chronic has been named VP flight operations at America West Airlines.
  • Routes

    News | 31 Jul 2000 23:00

    BWIA has received US approval for services between Port of Spain, Trinidad, and Chicago/Denver via Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, St Kitts and St Lucia. BWIA will operate the services under a codeshare arrangement with United. Southwest Airlines will add services from the winter schedule from Las Vegas to Louisville, Tulsa, Houston Hobby, Reno, Kansas City and Ontario; between Baltimore/ Washington, Orlando and Louisville; and from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood to Jacksonville and Orlando. JetBlue Airways has initiated a daily, non-stop flight between New York's Kennedy International and Ontario International, 56km (102nm) east of Los Angeles. JetBlue starts New York-Oakland, California, overnight flights on 3 August. China Southern Airlines will launch a Boeing 777 service between China and Australia on 6 December. One weekly Guangzhou-Sydney flight will be direct, and the second will include a Melbourne stopover. American Eagle will launch a non-stop Embraer ERJ-145 service from Dallas
  • Routes

    News | 19 Jun 2000 23:00

    LanChile begins daily Santiago-New York services, using a Boeing 767-300 and daily Santiago-Madrid services using an Airbus A340, in the third quarter of this year. After oneworld partner British Airways ends services to Santiago via Buenos Aires on 1 August, LanChile will provide a connecting codeshare service between the Argentinian and Chilean capitals. TAP Air Portugal and American Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement on flights between Portugal and the USA. The agreement begins in the third quarter, pending US and Portuguese government approval. Sabena and LOT Polish Airlines have increased services between Brussels and Warsaw to four times daily. Sabena has added frequencies to its Virgin Express-operated service between Brussels and Rome, taking it to seven daily, and two extra flights between Brussels and Marseilles, making it five daily. United Airlines continues its international expansion at San Francisco, starting a daily service to Beijing, China, using a Boeing
  • Routes

    News | 12 Jun 2000 23:00

    Northwest Airlines has begun jet services between Memphis and Des Moines, using an Avro RJ-85. It will begin codesharing with Japan Air System (JAS) on 1 July, on Northwest's flights to Tokyo from New York, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles, and JAS' connecting service between Osaka and Sapporo, Japan. Northwest will inaugurate non-stop services between Detroit and Charleston from 1 September, using McDonnell Douglas DC-9s and Avro RJ85s. Moscow-based Eastline has started scheduled cargo services on eight routes linking Russia and China, using Ilyushin Il-76TD freighters. The routes are Moscow Domodedovo to Xianyang, Urunqi, Shenyang, Haikou and Shijiazhuang; and from Novosibirsk, Irkutsk and Khabarovsk to Shenyang. From 16 July, Continental Airlines will begin codesharing on Northwest Airlines daily flights between Los Angeles and Osaka, Los Angles and Tokyo, and Seattle and Tokyo. Continental is to begin a new seasonal, Saturday-only service to Los Cabos, Acapulco and Puert