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Airports in Ontario

Ontario International Airport serves the city of Ontario in San Bernardino County, California, U.S.A. This public airport is situated nearly 2 miles away from the Downtown Ontario. It is jointly owned & operated by the City of Ontario and San Bernardino County. The airport serves as a hub for UPS Airlines. It operates both passenger & cargo services to domestic and international destinations. These destinations include Portland, Dallas, Taipei, Chicago, San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Denver, San Antonio, and more. Various modes of transportation available at the airport provide smooth connectivity to the city and the surrounding region. These include buses, rails, hotel shuttles, rental cars, taxis, shared-ride vans, and more.

Explore Seattle

Seattle is a seaport city in the US State of Washington. This largest city in the state is also amongst fastest growing cities of the country. With an espresso bar on almost every corner, Seattle is known as the "Coffee Capital" of the United States. The city is surrounded by an ice pyramid of Mount Rainier National Park in the eastern side and snow-capped peaks of Olympic National Park in the west. Seattle is home to various attractions, parks, and beaches. The Seattle Center, Seattle Art Museum, Pioneer Square, Benaroya Hall, and Central Public Library are amongst some of the worth visiting attractions.

Things to Do in Seattle

Pike Place Market

The Pike Place Market is a public market in the heart of the city. This downtown public market has been in business since 1907. It’s a year-round farmers market and a visual riot of vegetable, seafood, cheese and flower stalls along with handicrafts and tourist-friendly knick-knacks. And, of course, the flying fish. For less crowd, take the stairs to “Down Under,” a wood-floored maze of small shops beneath the main-level market. And walk into the shops and stalls across the street from the main market, including “the original” Starbucks (moved here after nearly five years of its opening in 1971, but retains its vintage look).

Olympic Sculpture Park

At the Olympic Sculpture Park, visitors can capture wonderful views of the city, harbor, and mountains. And it’s free. This outdoor sculpture garden is spreads over approximately 9 acres of area. Here one can see various artwork including Alexander Calder’s “Eagle,” and six tons of red-painted steel that looks like an abstract soaring bird. For a longer lovely walk, stroll along the 1.2-miles of waterfront path in the nearby Myrtle Edwards Park.

Seattle Ballooning

Get a birds-eye view of downtown Seattle and Mt. Rainier from aboard one of Seattle Ballooning’s beautiful hot air balloons. Book a semi-private or private flight depending upon the occasion and indulge in one of the most memorable experience. End of the flight is celebrated in a traditional French style: with a champagne toast, fresh-baked croissants, triple-cream brie, and organic strawberries.

Best Time to Fly to Seattle

The best time to visit the city of Seattle are the months of September and October. Apart from this, spring season is also good to plan a trip here as weather is warm with some rain and cool breeze. Do remember to pack appropriate cloths to battle chilly winds and ever-present drizzle. Avoid summers, as it is the peak season here.