LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT) will soon revert to local control, which could eventually lead to lower costs for airlines and possibly more air service. ONT owner Los Angeles World Airports has reached a tentative agreement with Ontario International Airport Authority to sell the airport for $190 million, to be paid to Los Angeles over 10 years. The Ontario International Airport Authority will also assume about $60 million in debt. The process for transferring ownership could take a ...

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