John Wayne Airport Fairytale Paintings Exhibition

  • March 2, 2015
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The John Wayne Airport currently has an exhibition of whimsical paintings by artist Cheryl Bookout, a resident of Costa Mesa. Bookout’s work is a fantasy style which draws upon nature and history and is inspired by images of Alice in Wonderland The exhibition is located in Terminal A on the upper Departure Level near the security screening entrance as well as on the lower Arrival Level near Baggage Carousel 1. More of the exhibition can be seen in Terminal B on the upper Departure Level, near the security screening entrance and on the lower Arrival Level near Baggage Carousel 4 as well as in Terminal C on the upper Departure …..

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John Wayne International Airport Launches New Flight Tracking System

The Orange County Airport has recently launched an improved flight tracking system, Volans, available through the airport’s official website: www.ocair.com/communityrelations/flighttracking/. The user-friendly 3D Java application makes it easier for the public to view flight information online at any time of day. The flight tracking data can be viewed in satellite or street map layers. Volans has an address locator which allows users to identify the location of specific addesses such as a home or office in relation to a specific flight. The view from the cockpit button allows a user to watch the flight from the pilot’s point of view in the cockpit. To learn more visit: http://www.ocair.com/communityrelations/flighttracking/

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Learning to Fly at John Wayne Airport

There is currently a demand for flight lessons around the country. As pilots are getting older there are projected pilot shortages in the future and with helicopter tourism and more law enforcement and news media choppers in the sky the demand for pilots continues. A basic pilots license costs about $11,000 and takes about 40 hours to earn. A commercial license on the other hand costs about $60,000 and requires 1,000 to 2,000 hours of flight time. There’s no better time to learn to fly than now. Costs will continue to rise and the need for logged hours in flight means the sooner you start the better. If you’d like …..

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