The John Wayne/Orange County Airport (SNA), the gateway to Southern California offers convenient access to Irvine and all of Orange County, as well as a no-hassle gateway to Los Angeles (about 45 miles to the north) as an alternative to LAX, with one-hour, Wi-Fi-enabled transport by rail or bus.
Like Irvine itself, John Wayne/Orange County Airport is bright, spacious and easy to navigate — not your typical airport experience! With more than 25 non-stop domestic and international routes provided by most major airlines — including Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Mexico City, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Newark, Oakland, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, British Columbia and more — John Wayne Airport in Irvine is as convenient for meetings travel as for family vacations.
John Wayne Airport offers passengers 30-plus shopping and dining options and perks like free Wi-Fi and power charging stations. Visit the American Airlines Admirals Club or the United Club (if already a member). Passengers will also find ATMs, a lost and found, and information booths in the Thomas F. Riley Terminal. To print a Riley Terminal Directory and find more services, click here.
Read our Blog Post: Five reasons to fly into John Wayne Airport
Learn more about the John Wayne Airport in Irvine: http://www.ocair.com/.
Visitors can also access Irvine via four other nearby commercial airports: