Corporate Internet has established a secure wide microwave connectivity throughout the Ontario Airport zone including its hangars, Jet operations and maintenance zone.
Corporate Internet, a California based company has planned and deployed the microwave connectivity in order to offer direct link of encrypted connectivity and internet access when other providers were not able to offer a reliable connectivity.
This microwave nodes helps to maintain direct connectivity links to various sections apart into the coverage area of the Ontario Airport (ONT) in ontario California.
Ontario International Airport has three terminals. The terminal numbering scheme is designed to accommodate future growth. The airport’s master plan calls for five terminals to be spaced adjacent to and in between the existing Terminals 2 and 4. The “international terminal” (which is a small building designed primarily to segregate arriving international passengers to clear customs) would be razed and be part of the new Terminal 1. One terminal would be dedicated exclusively to Southwest Airlines and the other to United Airlines, while the other airlines would share the remaining terminals.
Terminal 2 has 265,000 square feet (24,600 m2) and 12 gates (201–212). Terminal 4 has 265,000 square feet (24,600 m2) and 14 gates (401–414). The International terminal has 2 gates.