John Wayne Airport - Santa Ana (20 minutes)
The John Wayne Airport is the only commercial service airport in Orange County, California. The service area includes 3 million people within the 34 cities and unincorporated areas of Orange County. The official airport code for John Wayne Airport is SNA. In 2008, nearly 9 million passengers were served. 1 of only 2 airports in the County which accommodate general aviation, John Wayne Airport is served by 3 Fixed Base Operators (FBOs) and is home to approximately 600 general aviation aircraft. 2 runways serve commercial and private aircraft:
  • 5,700-foot main runway
  • 2,887-foot general aviation runway
Long Beach Airport - Long Beach (45 minutes)
Long Beach Airport serves nearly 3 million commercial airline passengers annually. The airport offers direct flights throughout the United States with easy domestic and international connections. The airport hosts Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air, Delta Air Lines/Skywest, JetBlue Airways, and U.S. Airways.

Ontario International Airport - Ontario (60 minutes)

Increasingly favored by executives wishing to avoid the delays and congestion of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), LA-Ontario International Airport (ONT) is Southern California's most convenient, full-service airport with the newest terminals. With spacious, modern, passenger-friendly twin terminals, ONT is less congested and thereby more efficient on the runways, at the gates and at the centralized car rental center. Therefore, it is a smart move for arrival and departure in Southern California.

Los Angeles International Airport - Los Angeles (60-90 minutes)
The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the world’s busiest Origin and Destination (O&R) airport. O&D passengers are those beginning or ending their trips in Southern California rather than using the airport for connecting flights. In total traffic, LAX is the 6th busiest airport in the world for passengers and ranks 13th in the world in air cargo tonnage handled.