To the editor: The meteoric rise in passenger numbers at
For instance, Ontario has two large terminals with room to grow, but fees charged to airlines are so high that many find it cheaper to operate at LAX. This comes at the expense of thousands of jobs to the Inland Empire
LAX cannot grow much. In contrast, Ontario is in an industrial area where aircraft flyovers are not a big problem.
I used to fly to the Midwest, the East Coast and Hawaii from Ontario. Now I'm forced to drive 60 miles to LAX, and I have no say on my local airport's future.
Ernest Aguilar, Rancho Cucamonga