Each airport has a code, sometimes they make sense and sometimes they don’t seem to have any rhyme or reason. The Orange County John Wayne International Airport’s code is SNA. You might ask, “What does SNA have to do with John Wayne Airport?” Simple, the airport code stands for the mailing address of the airport in Santa Ana.
In comparison to the mayhem and security seen at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Orange County John Wayne Airport lags. However, over the last six months of the year more passengers have attempted to board flights, departing from Orange County-SNA Airport with banned items than the rest of 2013. Key findings provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation Security Administration show that August and November 2013 as the popular months when passengers tried to board flights with weapons at Orange County John Wayne Airport. On August 16, 2013, a TSA agent discovered a
As Orange County John Wayne Airport continues to bolster its direct flights, fuss-free check in and assorted culinary options, social media commentary shows that there was an overall satisfaction on flights over the Thanksgiving Day holiday. However, the social media trends on Twitter, Four Square and Facebook suggest a slew of compelling findings about flying out of the Southern California hub. Review these selected social media bytes.