At 5 p.m. Friday, when Inland freeways were clogged with weekend-getaway travelers, Ontario International Airport looked like a ghost town.
As our Southwest Airlines flight from Chicago trundled to the terminal, only a single jetliner was at the gates. Ours made two.
Ontario Councilman Alan Wapner is right.
If local control of ONT isn’t restored soon, it’s going to be beyond saving. The Inland airport will be dead.