Very few individuals will have as much impact on a sport as Hobart “Hobie” Alter did for water sports. He not only revolutionized surfing, and was at the epicenter of what would eventually become a multi-billion-dollar industry in Southern California, he also expanded the adventure of sailing with his invention of the Hobie Catamaran.
Are you interested in serving people by making their travel experience a pleasant one? The Ambassador Program was established in 1998 to assist and provide friendly service to the now more than 10 million passengers traveling through the Airport each year (approximately 28,000 a day). Read on for more info.
Working with individuals with hidden disabilities, such as Autism, is a truly worthwhile and rewarding experience. Although John Wayne Airport has been providing specialized services for travelers with disabilities for many years, our Customer Relations staff are excited for the opportunity to provide support and service to those individuals needing extra assistance through our formalized Helping Hands program.
John Wayne Airport is thrilled to announce the November 15 launch of its Helping Hands personalized travel assistance program for individuals with hidden disabilities. This special service is provided at no charge and is available daily from 6 am – 11 pm.
On October 1, John Wayne Airport introduced new pick-up areas for passengers using ride apps Lyft, Uber and Wingz. Read on to find out more.
Passengers visiting John Wayne Airport (JWA) between Friday, November 16 through Monday, November 19, and the Sunday after Thanksgiving will experience higher-than-normal passenger traffic. Here are some travel tips for this busy season.