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John Wayne Airport Posts December 2021 Statistics
Airline passenger traffic at John Wayne Airport increased in December 2021 as compared to December 2020. In December 2021, the Airport served 847,671 passengers, an increase of 266.9% when compared with the December 2020 passenger traffic count of 231,033 and a decrease of 4.9% when compared to December 2019 of 891,492 passengers. Read more
John Wayne Airport Posts November 2021 Statistics
Airline passenger traffic at John Wayne Airport increased in November 2021 as compared to November 2020. In November 2021, the Airport served 854,393 passengers, an increase of 208.4% when compared with the November 2020 passenger traffic count of 277,020 and an increase of 3.3% when compared to November 2019 of 827,140 passengers. Read more
Plein Air Art Captures Iconic Southern California Locations
Lifelong memories of outdoor adventures and explorations immersed in nature inspire Monica Edwards’ art. Picturesque florals and serene coastal scenes in the Plein air style, the practice of painting an entire finished picture out of doors, will be on display from January 20, 2022, through February 17, 2022, as part of the most recent JWA Community Focus Space exhibit in the Thomas F. Riley Terminal. Read more