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Volume 5, Issue 95  |  November 27, 2020

Protocols being implemented at JWA for safe holiday travels

Holiday travel may look different this year, and airports across the country are implementing safe travel measures for what is traditionally one of the busiest travel seasons. Passengers utilizing John Wayne Airport (JWA) during the Thanksgiving holiday (November 20 through November 30) can expect to experience a number of measures designed to keep airport guests safe.

Protocols Connector Bridge Terminals A and B

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Courtesy of John Wayne Airport

Connector bridge between Terminals A and B at John Wayne Airport

–To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, everyone needs to wear face coverings inside any indoor public space as required by the CDPH.

–Airlines servicing JWA have established procedures to enhance the health and safety of passengers. Passengers can visit to find out the specifics for boarding their particular aircraft. 

–Passengers are encouraged to arrive 90 minutes to two hours prior to scheduled departure times for domestic flights and three hours for international flights to find parking, allow for luggage check and to go through security screening.

–TSA is allowing one liquid hand sanitizer up to 12 ounces per passenger in carry-on bags until further notice

–Prospective passengers may enroll in TSA’s pre-check at to expedite screening and reduce touch points.

–There are specific rules and exceptions for passengers traveling with infant care items. Visit TSA Tips for Traveling with Children for more information.

For additional travel tips and information about John Wayne Airport, visit

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