Investor Relations

By Federal Regulations and County Ordinance, and as a requirement of the 1985 Settlement Agreement, John Wayne Airport (JWA) is operated on a financially self-supporting basis. No general fund tax revenues are used to support JWA’s financial obligations. The Airport’s facilities and services are funded by fees collected from: (i) airlines and other aviation users; (ii) concessionaires who provide services to passengers; (iii) off-airport businesses which derive income from the Airport; and (iv) passengers who use Airport parking and other facilities.

JWA fees are set by the Airport in accordance with the Airport Revenue Policy approved by the Orange County Board of Supervisors and are in compliance with the Federal Aviation Administration Rates and Charges policy. Other major revenue sources include Federal Grants and a Passenger Facility Charge (PFC). JWA’s major expenditures include operating costs, capital projects and debt service.

Airport Revenue Bond Documents

Series 2019 A & B County of Orange, Airport Revenue Refunding Bonds

Bond Document

Annual Bond Continuing Disclosure

Bond Event Notices

Series 2009 A & B Bonds County of Orange, Airport Revenue Bonds (redeemed and refunded in 2019)

Bond Document

Annual Bond Continuing Disclosure

Airport Bond Ratings

John Wayne Airport’s Revenue Bonds are currently rated as follows:

Standard & Poor's: A+

Airport Financials

Audited Financial Statements

Revenue Reports