June 29, 2010
SANTA ANA, Calif. - John Wayne Airport (JWA) anticipates a busier-than-normal travel period from Thursday, July 1 through Monday, July 5 during the Fourth of July holiday. Visitors to John Wayne Airport during this time should be aware of ongoing construction at the Airport and adhere to all posted speed limits.
Passengers and visitors are encouraged to plan ahead and give themselves 90 minutes to two hours to find parking, check their luggage and go through the security checkpoint to ensure they are at their gate in time for their flight. As part of JWA's Improvement Program, construction is underway on a new Terminal C, Parking Structure C and Central Utility Plant. A map of the impacted area is attached and can be found here.
For the latest travel tips and security requirements, log on to www.ocair.com. As a reminder, fireworks are prohibited and should be left at home.
John Wayne Airport (SNA) is a self-supporting enterprise owned and operated by the County of Orange and serves nearly nine million passengers annually. The Airport is served by 10 commercial airlines serving 20 nonstop destinations in the United States and Canada. More information can be found at www.ocair.com.
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