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ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Nearly 358,000 passenger passed through Ontario International Airport last month, doubling last year’s passenger count during the second month of the year, according to data released Monday. That was also 98.5 percent of the passenger count in February 2019, another sign the airport is returning to where it was before …

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SBIA lands first commercial flights

San Bernardino International Airport will soon have its first scheduled passenger flights. Breeze Airways, a low-fare airline that began operating in 13 states last May, will start daily non-stop flights between San Bernardino International and San Francisco on Aug. 4, according to a statement on the airport’s website. The airport, …

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Party City, Hobby Town coming to Corona Hills Plaza

Party City, Hobby Town coming to Corona Hills Plaza

Five retailers have agreed to locate at Corona Hills Plaza. Party City, Hobby Town, Yoshiharu Ramen, R&B Tea and AT&T have all signed leases with the plaza, according to Progressive Real Estate Partners in Rancho Cucamonga, which negotiated all five transactions. Combined, the five retailers will cover 21,765 square feet, …

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Uber expands Cardenas service

Cardenas Markets now offers same-day delivery

Cardenas Markets, the Ontario-based Hispanic supermarket chain, has expanded its partnership with Uber. The San Francisco-based mobility service provider now offers on-demand and scheduled deliveries from all of Cardenas’ 59 locations, according to a statement. Now, Cardenas customers may have their groceries delivered to their home by Uber Eats. “Our …

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ONT reduces landing fees

Planes on Runway at Ontario Airport

Ontario International Airport has lowered its landing fees and other costs charged to airlines, a move intended to boost the airport’s passenger count and cargo carriers. The airport’s landing fee is now $1.60 per 1,000 pounds of landed weight, down from $1.71, while its terminal rental rate has been lowered …

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Cardenas accepts EBT SNAP payments via Instacart

Cardenas Markets now offers same-day delivery

Cardenas Markets’ online service is now accepting Electronic Benefits Transfer and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program payments on Instacart, the leading online grocery platform in North America. The Ontario-based chain, which operates 59 stores throughout California, Nevada and Arizona, is the first Hispanic retailer to make that move, according to a …

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