- 1 Which airport do you fly into for Puerto Rico?
- 2 Is there only one airport in Puerto Rico?
- 3 How big is San Juan airport?
- 4 What are the best months to visit Puerto Rico?
- 5 What is the cheapest month to fly to Puerto Rico?
- 6 What airlines fly direct to Puerto Rico?
- 7 How many airports are in Puerto Rico?
- 8 How far is San Juan from Aguadilla?
- 9 Is JetBlue flying to Aguadilla?
- 10 Can you drink water in Puerto Rico?
- 11 Do you have to go through customs when you go to Puerto Rico?
- 12 Do I need a passport to go to Puerto Rico?
- 13 What is the coldest month in Puerto Rico?
- 14 What is the most dangerous city in Puerto Rico?
- 15 How many days do I need in Puerto Rico?
Which airport do you fly into for Puerto Rico?
Most flights to Puerto Rico land at Luis Munoz Airport in San Juan, which caters to Delta, American Airlines, United, US Airways, jetBlue, and Southwest Airlines for U.S. direct flights. Upon landing in Puerto Rico, every tourist should set some time aside for a stroll along Flamenco Beach.
Is there only one airport in Puerto Rico?
There are two international airports: Luis Munoz Marin, commonly known as San Juan International Airport (SJU) located in the municipality of Carolina on the northeast of the island, and Rafael Hernandez Airport located in the municipality of Aguadilla on the west coast of the island.
How big is San Juan airport?
The airport serves as a gateway to the Caribbean islands. SJU covers 1,600 acres (647 ha) of land.
Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport.
|Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport Aeropuerto Internacional Luis Muñoz Marín|
|Owner||Puerto Rico Ports Authority|
|Operator||Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste|
|Serves||San Juan, Puerto Rico|
|Location||Carolina, Puerto Rico|
What are the best months to visit Puerto Rico?
The best time to visit Puerto Rico is from mid-April to June, right after the busy winter season and just before the rainy summer. Spring weather is also very pleasant, barely escaping the mid-80s on most days.
What is the cheapest month to fly to Puerto Rico?
The cheapest time to travel to Puerto Rico
Travel to Puerto Rico during the hot summer months of July and August are undoubtedly the least expensive, especially if you bundle your airfare, rental car, and hotel.
What airlines fly direct to Puerto Rico?
Direct from United States
|Delta flights||United flights|
|American Airlines flights||jetBlue flights|
|Southwest Airlines flights||Spirit Airlines flights|
How many airports are in Puerto Rico?
There are 13 Airports in Puerto Rico and this list covers all these 13 Puerto Rico Airports.
How far is San Juan from Aguadilla?
It is 111 km from San Juan to Aguadilla. It is approximately 131.9 km to drive.
Is JetBlue flying to Aguadilla?
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico (BQN)
JetBlue service at this airport is temporarily suspended and tentatively set to resume in April 2021.
Can you drink water in Puerto Rico?
It’s best to stick to bottled mineral water here. Although tap water is said to be safe to drink, many visitors experience diarrhea, even if they follow the usual precautions. The illness usually passes quickly without medication, if you eat simply prepared food and drink only mineral water until you recover.
Do you have to go through customs when you go to Puerto Rico?
Puerto Rico is part of the “Customs territory of the United States”, which is why you don’t have to go through Customs either way.
Do I need a passport to go to Puerto Rico?
Only non-U.S. citizens and U.S. citizens entering Puerto Rico from a foreign country will be required to present a passport.
What is the coldest month in Puerto Rico?
The coldest month is January with an average low of 70 °F (21 °C) and an average high of 83 °F (28 °C). Puerto Rico enjoys warm, sunny and humid days most of the year.
What is the most dangerous city in Puerto Rico?
Struggling with an economic crisis in the wake of Hurricane Maria in 2017 that ravaged the U.S. commonwealth of Puerto Rico, San Juan joined the list of the 50 most dangerous cities in the world in 2017. (There was a spike in murders in the island after the storm struck.)
How many days do I need in Puerto Rico?
We recommend spending 4 to 5 days in Puerto Rico. While the island is quite small (about the size of Connecticut) there’s lots to see, do and eat!