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2012 marked the one-year anniversary of our new Terminal C and Parking Structure C—the cornerstones of our Airport Improvement Program, which brought six new aircraft gates, two new commuter terminals, more security checkpoints, dozens of new dining and shopping options and a U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility, allowing John Wayne Airport (JWA) to support international flights to and from Mexico. 2012 also brought an almost 3% increase in passenger levels compared to 2011, reflecting both the new international service and improvements in the general domestic travel market.
Yet after completing this award-winning achievement—and earning very positive reviews from the public—JWA didn’t rest on its laurels. We continued our focus on the improved services and increased convenience these new facilities brought to Orange County.
At John Wayne Airport (JWA), our top priority is to maintain a safe and secure environment for the traveling public, our aviation partners, tenants and employees. We continue to work closely with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Airport Police Services and Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) to ensure the smooth implementation of federally mandated security regulations and to provide for the safety of travelers in and around our Airport.
Passenger comfort and convenience have long been hallmarks of John Wayne Airport (JWA), and our decades-long mission is still as vital as ever. To continue our long-standing theme of “Building on Excellence,” we accomplished valuable efforts on numerous fronts—all to provide a safe, enjoyable and convenient travel experience to our passengers.
At John Wayne Airport (JWA), we’re committed to operating as a financially efficient, environmentally responsible, self-supporting aviation facility that receives no general tax fund revenue. Not only did we recently complete Phase I of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), a major Airport construction project, on time and on budget, we continue to maintain a very strong financial position and excellent credit ratings, despite weakened economic conditions.
Today, with the majority of our successful Airport Improvement Program behind us, we’re focused on new financial goals, including accelerating debt defeasance. We also continue to manage our improved facilities with existing staffing levels, optimizing labor resources.
At John Wayne Airport (JWA), we believe in supporting the community by employing workers and businesses that benefit the Orange County economy. Our Airport Improvement Program provided not only thousands of construction jobs to local residents during a difficult economy, but also created jobs airport-wide—spanning from dining and retail to airlines and airfield services.
Part of being a good neighbor is being a good steward of our natural resources. That’s why JWA is committed to upholding best practices in environmental responsibility and implementing industry-leading policies that provide sustainability and cost-effectiveness.
John Wayne Airport (JWA) is committed to leading the way in construction, facility and communications efforts, and the industry continues to take notice.
During 2012, the Airport was honored with numerous awards for engineering, construction and communications related to the new Terminal C, Parking Structure C and Central Utility Plant. These awards reflect the hard work and dedication of our employees and our contract partners who make JWA a world-class airport.
Our Airport Improvement Program was selected as a winner of multiple awards, including...
by the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Our JWA Interactive Annual Report won three 2012 Orange County Design Awards: Best in Show; Motion Graphic Gold Award; and Web, Interactive, UI Design Gold Award from the Orange County Design Awards.
1st Place Award for the “Best Food and Beverage Program for Medium Sized Airport” from Airport Council International - North America.
Our 2011 JWA Annual Report won the 2012 First Place in Excellence in Marketing and Communications Award from the Airport Council International - North America.
for the John Wayne Airport Improvement Program and 2012 Client of the Year by the Orange County Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies.
by the Orange County Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Javi’s Restaurant won the 2012 Concession Awards Honorable Mention in the “Best New Food and Beverage Concept, Full-Service” category from Airport Council International - North America.
Our JWA Magazine “Building on Excellence” won the 2012 Gold Award from MarCom.
Our Terminal C Takes Flight Press Conference won the 2012 Edward L. Bernays Award of Merit from the San Diego Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.
Our Terminal C Media Day Press Tour won the 2012 PROTOS Award of Excellence from the Orange County Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.
Our “Welcome to JWA Video” won the 2012 Platinum Award from MarCom.
for John Wayne Airport Parking Garage Demolition and Terminal C Construction by Engineering News Record California: Best Projects 2012.