John Wayne Airport

10/09/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 10/09/2019 17:29

John Wayne Airport Posts August 2019 Statistics (10/09/2019)

  • Airline passenger traffic at John Wayne Airport decreased in August 2019 as compared with August 2018. In August 2019, the Airport served 942,541 passengers, a decrease of 4.9% when compared with the August 2018 passenger traffic count of 991,112. more

  • John Wayne Airport today announced the introduction of Viewpoint, a new user-friendly platform for community members to submit noise events. Fully integrated with the Airport's Noise and Operations Management System (ANOMS), this streamlined system automatically submits noise event information to the Access and Noise Office, improving consistency and facilitating more efficient data collection. more

  • Beginning October 1, Delta Air Lines will fly the fuel-efficient, quieter Airbus A220-100 aircraft on its five daily nonstops between John Wayne Airport (JWA) and Salt Lake City. In addition to improved fuel efficiency, the A220-100 has a higher climb rate and a quieter engine than the B717-200 aircraft it replaces. more

  • John Wayne Airport will embark on a multi-year project to replace compressed natural gas (CNG) powered vehicles with electric zero emission vehicles, funded in part by the Airport Zero Emissions Vehicle and Infrastructure Pilot Program (ZEV) administered by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The $2.1 million grant will provide 80% funding for the purchase of three zero emission shuttle buses, charging equipment, and infrastructure modifications. more

  • A new exhibition featuring commemorative artwork, posters, hockey jerseys, and memorabilia celebrating the Anaheim Ducks 25th Anniversary andchroniclingthe history of theOrange County franchiseis on display at John Wayne Airport. Ticketed passengers can view the exhibit through December 2019. more