Introducing our new destination video. Experience Skiing, rock-climbing, restful spas and action-packed ice hockey which are just some of the many activities portrayed in a new video unveiled this week
Southwest Airlines announces new service from Ontario, California to Portland, Oregon
Set to start August 7, 2016 Southwest Airlines will offer additional service between Ontario International Airport and Portland, Oregon. Southwest is in the process of expanding service at several airports statewide.
The Lewis Family Playhouse is a beautiful itimate theatre and wonderful asset to our local community. As you enter the lobby there’s Jack Benny – violin in hand, striking a familuar pose. The statue was a gift to the community from The Jack Benny Memorial Committee.
Greater Ontario lodging data shows significate growth
Below is the lodging data for Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga for the reporting month of February 2016. Ontario Limited Services hotels show significant growth in ADR and REVPAR. Rancho Cucamonga hotels showing see growth in ADR and REVPAR. Both Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga hotels sacrificed occupancy with higher ADR. Ontario ADR went up 11.8% and RC ADR went up 8% compare to February 2015. This is the right direction we are heading resulting in higher revenue overall.
Until three years ago this well positioned venue was utilized more for community events and trade shows. When the City of Ontario built the venue an objective was made - to attract convention attendees, usually from out of the area, to stimulate the local economy with not only hotel room stays but additional dollars were expected to be spent in restaurants and retail stores. The Ontario Convention Center is managed by SMG Worldwide Venue Management.
Expedia is now the largest Online Travel Agencies (OTA) in the world due to their acquisition of Travelocity, Orbitz, and Home Away. Rumour has it that Expedia and Google are in talks about exclusive distribution which could result in even more power in the business. Only time will tell.
A five month search for the new CEO to take the controls at Ontario International Airport Authority has concluded with the nomination of Kelly J. Fredericks. With 33 years of experience in aviation, Fredericks has a background working with airport authorities and overall is touted as the right guy for the job. Currently living in the New England region, Fredericks will make the move to Southern California and is expected to begin his new job later this year.