John Wayne Airport-Orange County (SNA)
Santa Ana CA 92707
- Mon: 12am-12am
- Tue: 12am-12am
- Wed: 12am-12am
- Thu: 12am-12am
- Fri: 12am-12am
- Sat: 12am-12am
- Sun: 12am-12am
John Wayne Airport SNA is an airport in Orange County, California serving the southeast metropolitan area of Los Angeles. It contains the shortest main runway in the United States. SNA Airport is the second busiest airport in the greater Los Angeles area with 9 million passengers traveling through annually. Originally started as a flying school in 1923 it eventually was purchased through a land swap by Orange County in 1939. During World War II it became part the Santa Ana Army Airfield and later was returned to the county after the war, becoming the Orange County Airport. It wasn’t until 1979, shortly after his death, the airport was renamed in honor of John Wayne.
Located just south of I-405 and west of Highway 55, John Wayne Airport offers an array of parking options including hourly, daily, short-term, long-term, garage, economy and valet. There is one main terminal (Thomas F. Riley) with 3 subsequent terminals (A, B, C) all connected by walkway. There is 13 airlines serving John Wayne International flying to several domestic and international destinations.
Dining options are bountiful at John Wayne whether its something quick like McDonald’s or something more leisurely like California Pizza Kitchen. In terms of shopping a majority of retail is newsstands and bookstores with Caterina’s specializing in snacks and chocolates.
Getting to and from John Wayne travelers can take public transit with various buses and trains, limousines, rental cars, shuttles and taxis. If staying there are 5 hotels within close proximity to the airport including Wyndham Hotel Orange County Airport Irvine, the Marriott Hotel Irvine, and the Embassy Suites Irvine.