Main Airports in Puerto Rico

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Puerto Rico Airports


If you plan to visit the breathtaking island of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean, keep in mind you have approximately 23 different airports at your disposable to take you where your heart desires.

If you plan to visit the breathtaking city of San Juan then your airport option is Luis Munoz Marin International Airport situated only 9 miles away from this historical city. You can explore San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, by car or you can obtain a walking map from the tourist office at the airport and explore all its historic sites on foot.

The Luis Munoz Marin International Airport is the main airport between the island and the mainland of the United States, as well as providing many different domestic flights to various towns and cities. The Luis Munoz Marin Airport is given an overall rating of 37th place out of all passenger airports in the United States. From the Luis Munoz Marin airport situated in an area called Isla Verde you will find an abundance of transport to the city or to the town of Carolina on the outskirts of San Juan, of which Isla Verde is a suburb. At the airport, previously known as the Isla Verde International Airport, you are can book into the airport hotel if you need accommodation for the night before you continue on your travels. There are also a variety of ATMs as well as a barber and beauty salon and a duty free shop for your convenience.

Another airport in Puerto Rico, found in Aguadilla, is the Rafael Hernandez Airport, one of the regional airports, named after composer Rafael Hernandez Marin. Other regional airports in Puerto Rico are the Fajardo Airport in Fajardo, Humacao Airport also named after the city its in, Eugenio Maria de Hostos Airport in Mayaguez and Mercedita Airport in Ponce. This relatively small airport is set out on 1,600 acres, with one of the longest runways of all the airports in the Caribbean. From the airport you are given a variety of transport choices, including taxi, bus to get into the city, or a rental car giving you the freedom to explore Aguadilla and surrounding areas.

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