Cheap Flights From Seattle To Santa Ana John Wayne Airport

Flight information Seattle to Santa Ana John Wayne

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


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Average flight time, total distance 985 miles

2h 36min

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Alaska Airlines

Santa Ana John Wayne

1 airport

Flight Information: Seattle to Santa Ana John Wayne

Find the cheapest flights from Seattle to Santa Ana John Wayne Airport. Use the Skyscanner mobile app to conveniently help you locate the most inexpensive, convenient flight on this route.

Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta make direct, non-stop flights from Seattle to Santa Ana John Wayne Airport. Frontier Airlines flies this route with one or two departing flights Monday through Saturday, making a stop at Denver International Airport. You can also catch a Southwest Airlines flight to Santa Ana. On this Southwest flight route you must take a connecting flight out of Sacramento International Airport. Another choice is with United Airlines, which flies from Seattle to Santa Ana John Wayne Airport with a stop in San Francisco.

Departing From Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

Usually referred to as Sea-Tac for short, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has one central terminal building with six sections of gates for arrivals and departures. The entrance to the central terminal area offers dining and café choices, retail shops, an ATM machine, and children's play area. From the central terminal you can take a shuttle train that runs between the North and South Terminal Stations and that will also connect you with the N & S Gates.

Airline Locations at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

If you are taking a direct flight via Alaska Airlines, you will depart from either Concourse C or D, or the North Satellite's Concourse A. When flying on Delta, you will be heading to the South Satellite for the A or B Gates. The other non-direct flights leave from Concourse B or C. Each gate area contains a handful of food, beverage, and retail options. Passengers can also enjoy daily live music performances throughout the terminal in addition to viewing video clips about the historical music scene in Seattle.

Arrival at Santa Ana John Wayne Airport (SNA)

With three terminals, Santa Ana John Wayne Airport is quite large, occupying over 700,000 square feet. Upon departing from your flight, head for Baggage Claim, located on the Arrival, or lower level, of the three terminals. Escalators and stairs are located next to the security checkpoints, and there are elevators near the Terminal exits. Before heading down to get your bags at Santa Ana John Wayne Airport, check out the impressive nine-foot statue of the airport's namesake that is located on the Arrivals level in the middle of the Riley Terminal.

If you need transportation to your destination in Santa Ana, you can rent a car on the ground level of the Ground Transportation Center, which you can walk to as it's on the Arrival Level between the A2 and B2 parking structures. There are Yellow Tax Cabs located between Terminals A and B or at Column 14 for Terminal C, all on the Arrival Level.

Climate Differences Between Seattle and Santa Ana

While the weather in Santa Ana tends to be lovely year-round, with temperatures in the 70s and low 80s, the weather in Seattle tends to be much cooler, especially in the winter months when temperatures can drop into the 40s and 50s during the day. There is also more rainfall in Seattle as compared to Santa Ana, especially during November through December.

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