Alaska Airlines Moving to Terminal B At John Wayne Airport
SANTA ANA, Calif. - Beginning on Sunday, June 11, Alaska Airlines will move its John Wayne Airport operations to Terminal B. Alaska Airlines currently operates out of Terminal A.
Passengers flying on Alaska Airlines at John Wayne Airport will find their ticket counters, gates and baggage carousel in Terminal B. Alaska Airlines guests will retrieve their checked luggage at Baggage Carousel 3, and the Alaska Baggage Claim office will be located on the Arrival (lower) Level in Terminal B.
Alaska Airlines' move to Terminal B establishes balance to passenger traffic in the Thomas F. Riley Terminal and will improve the John Wayne Airport guest experience.
Alaska Airlines initiated service at John Wayne Airport in October 1987, and currently provides nonstop service between Orange County and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Portland; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; Reno/Tahoe; San Jose; Santa Rosa/Sonoma; and Seattle. Alaska will inaugurate new nonstop service to San Francisco on June 15, and to Albuquerque, New Mexico, on August 18, 2017.
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