Headline News June 2012: Orange County John Wayne Airport (SNA) CA
- June 29, 2012
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(Santa Ana – California) As many U.S.travelers prepare to board a flight for Independence Day (July 4th, 2012), national and International airports could be tightening security measures. News and travel information at Orange County John Wayne Airport (SNA) CA shows that more airline passengers departed and arrived at the airport SNA.
Fourth of July travel Information
Officials of John Wayne Airport released a statement to the media and passengers traveling via airport SNA over the Fourth of July holiday. She San Ana airport forecasts a peak travel season, starting on June 29 through July 8. Officials of SNA airport also issued a statement regarding pyrotechnics not being allowed on any flight.
In the interim, construction continues to surround the Orange County John Wayne Airport (SNA) CA. As a result, passengers driving to the airport or being shuttled to or from SNA should be mindful that the road narrows on the lower level. Officials of the airport are urging everyone to use the departure level as pick up or to use the short term parking garage
Crematory remains regulations.
Meanwhile in other travel information and news, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently issued a media release, regarding the protocol for transporting crematory remains by plane. The regulation amendment ensued a situation which took place at the Orlando Airport.
Nevertheless, TSA crematory remain guidelines stipulates that funeral documentation is not adequate verification of remains. TSA agents can X-ray the remains but do not have the right to poke around crematory remains. This means that anyone traveling in or out of Orange County John Wayne Airport (SNA) CA should be aware of these policies.
SNA Traffic Stats May 2012
Unlike the weak airline craft numbers of May 2011 and previous months of 2012, the Orange County John Wayne Airport (SNA) CA finally rebounded in the month of May 2012. As commuter aircraft traffic continues to dwindle, flight stats show that more military flight operations have soared 477 percent year-to-date.
In other travel information statistics released by the FAA indicate that Southwest Airlines shows a higher number of delayed flights, departing from airport SNA. However, close analysis shows that the bulk of the delayed flights from SNA to other direct destinations is due to weather issues, other airport late arrivals as well as circumstances beyond Southwest Airline’s and airport SNA’s power.