New exhibit at John Wayne Airport
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Southwest Airlines resumed daily nonstop service to Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta on March 11, 2021, expanding John Wayne Airport’s route map to include more than 30 nonstop destinations and bring additional travel options to guests.
John Wayne Airport has released its 2021 calendar, highlighting AirPAWS therapy dogs. Each month features one of the special therapy dogs from OC Animal Allies photographed throughout the Terminal, taking advantage of the many amenities we provide.
There is no question that we strive every day to deliver a superior guest experience, with a wide variety of services, from high-speed Wi-Fi, and gate delivered meals, among many others. In addition, we are equally as committed to being a good neighbor, which shows in our business, our environmental efforts, and our social responsibility.
John Wayne Airport is honored to be the recipient of a sculpture generously donated to the Airport’s permanent art collection. The sculpture, created by renowned artist Betty Gold, is titled VOLAR, which means “to fly.” It is located on Baggage Carousel 1, in Terminal A.
Unfortunately, the coronavirus has taken a serious toll on Airport operations, tenants and stakeholders. We don’t know when this will end, but it will end, and we will get through it together.
Hang gliders suspended over Baggage Claim Have you ever been at Baggage Claim in Terminals A or B and looked up? If so, you may have noticed a new addition to the hang glider exhibit. A Wills Wing T3 now floats over Carousel 2 in the Thomas F. Riley Terminal. The Wills Wing joins another …
A new exhibition featuring commemorative artwork, posters, hockey jerseys, and memorabilia celebrating the Anaheim Ducks 25th Anniversary and chronicling the history of the Orange County franchise is on display at John Wayne Airport.