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California’s John Wayne Airport Opens New Terminal and Expansion

John Wayne Airport, in Santa Ana, Calif., has opened the new Terminal C as part of the $543-million Airport Improvement Program.


November 22, 2011

John Wayne Airport, in Santa Ana, Calif., has opened the new Terminal C as part of the $543-million Airport Improvement Program.

Terminal C includes six new bridged aircraft gates, two new commuter terminals, more security checkpoints and new dining and shopping options.

This adds 282,000 sq. ft. of new space to the existing 448,000 sq. ft. in Terminals A and B at the Thomas F. Riley Terminal.

Additional airport enhancements to the Riley Terminal include new, easy-to-read flat-screen monitors throughout, featuring flight and baggage information for all airlines; five new passenger security screening lanes; and customer-service desks across from gate areas allowing airlines to easily rebook passenger flights.

New restaurants and shops have already opened and others will begin serving customers in the weeks ahead.

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