Puerto Rico is the international airport hub of the Caribbean, offering the most flights to and from major cities in the United States, international destinations and connections to other islands in the Caribbean. There are two international airports: Luis Munoz Marin, commonly known as San Juan International Airport (SJU) located on the munipality 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.
You may be eager to book your flights to Puerto Rico, before you do, please take a few minutes to read our airport guide so you can make the most informed decision. A little more research may save you money on your flights and you decide to choose another destination of the island that best suits your travel needs. We have spoken to thousand of travelers who have been to Puerto Rico, most start on our beautiful capital of San Juan which is the perfect start to a Puerto Rico vacation, however you may find that there are many other places you may have liked to visit.
Puerto Rico offers many daily flights year round from many major cities in the United States, and many international flights. Flight rates vary greatly depending on the travel season, the day of the week you’re traveling, time of the day and length of stay.
International Airports in Puerto Rico
San Juan International Airport – Code SJU – Luis Munoz Marin
Offering the most flights, located on the northeast side of the island in the town of Carolina, Puerto Rico. More about Luis Munoz Marin International Airport (SJU)
Aguadilla Airport – Code BQN – Rafael Hernandez Airport
For those wanting to spend their vacation on the west coast of the island you can fly into the Aguadilla airport with daily flights. Even if you are not staying in the west coast, at times there are some really cheap flights deals, so it may be worth checking into, if you’re on a budget. Two great benefits of flying into the Aguadilla Airport are the short lines and quick check in process. More about Aguadilla Airport.
Regional Airports in Puerto Rico
Isla Grande Airport – Code SIG – Fernando Luis Ribas Dominicci Airport
Located right near the popular destinations of Condado, Old San Juan and the Puerto Rico Convention Center you can head over to the Isla Grande Airport and catch a flight to the offshore islands of Vieques & Culebra. More about Isla Grande Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Ceiba Airport – Code RVR – Jose Aponte de la Torre Airport
The Airport offers very low fares to the offshore islands of Vieques and Culebra. There are also daily flights to some of the US Virgin Islands. The Ceiba Airport is located on 124 acres of the Former Roosevelt Roads Naval Base in the municipality of Ceiba, Puerto Rico. More about the Ceiba Airport.
Culebra Airport – Code CPX – Benjamin Rivera Noriega
If you wish to go to Culebra you can choose from daily flights from the San Juan International Airport and Ceiba Airport. More about Culebra Airport
Ponce Airport – Code PSE – Mercedita Airport
If you’re planning on spending your vacation on the south region you may want to fly into the Ponce airport. Many locals fly into Ponce and budget savvy travelers may want to check rates, at times Jet Blue gives some really great deals. Airport phone # 787-840-3151 Priceline Flights – Select your Exact Flight & time or Name Your Own Price!
Vieques Airport – Code VQS – Antonio Rivera Rodríguez
If you’re heading to the offshore island of Vieques, there are daily flights to the Vieques airport from Luis Muñoz Marin in San Juan (SJU), the Isla Grande Airport(SIG) and the new nearby airport in Ceiba, PR (RVR).
Map of Airports in Puerto Rico
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