Together, we celebrate 100 Years of aviation history in Orange County. We invite you to take a trip from then to now through the milestones and memories.
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John Wayne Airport Announces Grand Celebration: 100 Years of Flight in Orange County
John Wayne Airport (JWA) proudly announces a momentous celebration marking a century of flight in Orange County. With a legacy that has contributed significantly to the region's growth and development, JWA is set to commemorate this historic milestone with engaging events and activities that will resonate with the local community and travelers alike.
John Wayne Airport News
John Wayne Airport Posts October 2023 Statistics
Airline passenger traffic at John Wayne Airport decreased in October 2023 as compared to October 2022. In October 2023, the Airport served 1,015,935 passengers, a decrease of 5.9% when compared with the October 2022 passenger traffic count of 1,079,792. Read more
Anything is ‘Pop’sicle in John Wayne Airport’s Endless Summer Exhibition
John Wayne Airport’s newest Vi Smith exhibit Endless Summer is a sweet homage to Orange County’s year-round sunshine. This vibrant showcase will be on display from November 10, 2023 to March 10, 2024. Read more
You Can Look but You Can’t Touch
'No Touching' marks the debut exhibit of John Wayne Airport's new Art Coordinator, Heather Bowling, in the Terminal C Vi Smith Gallery from November 10, 2023, to March 10, 2024. This exhibition cleverly plays with the literal notion that the gallery's glass display cases are a barrier between the art and the viewer. Read more