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  • John Wayne Airport Posts April 2017 Statistics (05/24/2017)

    Airline passenger traffic at John Wayne Airport decreased in April 2017 as compared with April 2016. In April 2017, the Airport served 851,169 passengers, a decrease of 1.2% when compared with the April 2016 passenger traffic count of 861,164. more

  • Vintage Tin Toy Robots on Display at John Wayne Airport (05/22/2017)

    A collection of vintage tin toy robots from the private collection of Orange County resident Steve Canning is on display now at John Wayne Airport (JWA). The collection is in the Vi Smith Concourse Gallery, located on the Departure (upper) Level, across from Gates 18 through 21 in Terminal C. Ticketed passengers can view the exhibit through September 4, 2017. more

  • John Wayne Airport Posts March 2017 Statistics (04/25/2017)

    Airline passenger traffic at John Wayne Airport decreased in March 2017 as compared with March 2016. In March 2017, the Airport served 856,025 passengers, a decrease of 2.5% when compared with the March 2016 passenger traffic count of 877,553. more

  • Mixed Media Artworks Inspired by Ecosystems and Networks on Display at John Wayne Airport (04/20/2017)

    From April 17, 2017 – June 15, 2017, a series of mixed media artworks by artist Richelle Gribble are on display at John Wayne Airport (JWA) as part of JWA’s Community Focus Space Program. These paintings, drawings and prints may be viewed on the Departure (upper) Level near security screening areas in Terminals A, B and C, and on the Arrival (lower) Level adjacent to Baggage Carousels 1 and 4. more

  • John Wayne Airport Personnel and Mutual-aid Partners Conduct Successful Mass-Casualty Incident Exercise (04/14/2017)

    Earlier today, John Wayne Airport (JWA) conducted a full-scale, mass-casualty exercise involving more than 500 volunteers, observers, support staff and emergency responders. Staged on the west side of the airfield, the drill allowed Airport officials and emergency responders to test and practice operational capabilities in response to a simulated aircraft accident involving a 90-passenger, commercial service airplane and a four-seat helicopter. more

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