What’s Free Orange County CA at SNA Airport?
Travelers very rarely think of an airport as a place to score ‘free things” or complimentary services. From shuttles, power outlets to tours, John Wayne International Airport also referred to as ‘SNA Airport,’ happens to present a slew of free things to do and see before a day of travel.
Skirt it. Once U.S. travelers have been approved by the GlobalEntry program, airports, such as Orange County International Airport do not charge an extra fee for the expedited travel clearance. That means, passengers holding a Global Entry.gov authorization, skirt through the shortest security lines at SNA Airport.
Tour it. On those days that locals are not traveling, the John Wayne International Airport coordinates an hour to 90-minute tour throughout the facility. For groups of
2 to 25 participants, SNA Airport tours are completely free. Although the tour does not include the fire station or control tower, visitors capture awe inspiring photos on the airfield as commercial and private jet take off.
Shuttle it. From the remote parking lot, in downtown Santa Ana, John Wayne International Airport passengers access a free shuttle service, which runs every 15-minutes.
Print it. Rather than spend an extra dollar printing boarding passes at the hotel, SNA Airport has plenty of kiosks to check in an print your ticket.
Charge it. Travelers, who were unable to power up mobile devices, plug into free outlets, situated throughout most gates and between terminals C.
The John Wayne Airport also provides free wifi service,requiring a pass word. A source at Ocair.com show its password as JWAFREEWIFI
View it. If there’s still time to spare before boarding a flight out of SNA Airport, check out Terminal C, where there’s always a fresh collection of free art exhibit at the Vi Smith Concourse Gallery. (Departure levee across from gates 2 and 5 in Terminal A and at Gate C the art gallery is situated adjacent to gates 18 to 21 of John Wayne International Airport.