Flying to Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is one of the easiest places to fly to in the Caribbean yet many people ask themselves "How do I get to Puerto Rico?" We took the time and made a list of every airline and it's routes just for you! Now with this list you can view every major airline and flight to Puerto Rico.  For a list of all Puerto Rico Airports including military and cargo please visit the Puerto Rico Port Authority website

We have customers that visit Puerto Rico from all over the world, so we often get asked what the best ways to get there are and what the closest airports to the house are.

Getting here is actually pretty easy and there's plenty of options. Below are some of the airports and airlines you can take to reach Puerto Rico along with the 3 letter airport IATA code in parenthesis. 

Rafael Hernandez Airport, Aguadilla, PR (BQN)

Aguadila is the closest airport to Rincon, and our beautiful beach home located on the north-western part of the island. Roughly 35 minutes away by car, BQN is a small, very easy to navigate airport. 3 major carriers fly into BQN;

Spirit Airlines - Direct non-stop from Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL) 3-4 times a week.

Jetblue - Direct non-stop from Orlando, Florida (MCO) and New York's Kennedy Airport (JFK) Daily

United - Direct non-stop from Newark's Liberty Airport, New Jersey (EWR) Daily

A little further away is Mercedita Airport, Ponce, PR (PSE)

Ponce is about an hour and a half away on the southern part of the island pretty much right in the halfway point between coasts almost directly south of Arecibo. There's only one major carrier currently flying to PSE however, Delta and Continental(Now United) both flew there recently, so new services may come soon as they remodel the airport. 

Jetblue - Direct non-stop service from Orlando, Florida (MCO) and New York's Kennedy Airport (JFK)

The furthest airport from us and by far one of the largest airports in the Caribbean is Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport, Carolina, PR (SJU). Roughly between 2 and 3 hours away depending on traffic and which route you take. Over 4 million passengers board a plane at the airport per year. Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport is Puerto Rico's main international gateway and its main connection to the United States. Domestic flights fly between Carolina and other local destinations, including Culebra, Mayagüez and Vieques. The airport is accessed from the San Juan district of Hato Rey, the island's financial district, via the Teodoro Moscoso Bridge. Old San Juan is accessed via the Baldorioty de Castro Expressway (PR-26). Teodoro Moscoso Bridge connecting the city of San Juan to the Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in Carolina.

The airport serves as the Caribbean hub for Cape Air, Air Sunshine, and Seaborne Airlines, as well as a focus city for JetBlue Airways. JetBlue is the largest carrier in San Juan, with 51 daily flights on an average day.

Below is a list of all airlines that fly to San Juan, Puerto Rico updated as of 5/23/15

Airlines Destinations Ticketing terminal1
Air Antilles Express Fort-de-France, Pointe-à-Pitre
Seasonal: Sint Maarten (begins July 11, 2015) 
Air Canada Seasonal: Toronto-Pearson B
Air Europa Madrid D
Air Flamenco Culebra, Vieques A
Air Sunshine Anguilla, Dominica-Melville Hall, Nevis, Sint Maarten, Saint Thomas, Tortola, Vieques, Virgin Gorda A
American Airlines Chicago-O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami, New York-JFK D, E
Avianca Bogotá D
Cape Air Culebra, Mayagüez, St. Croix, Saint Thomas, Tortola, Vieques, Virgin Gorda
Seasonal: Anguilla, Nevis
Condor Frankfurt D
Copa Airlines Panama City B
Delta Air Lines Atlanta, New York-JFK
Seasonal: Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul
Insel Air Aruba Aruba (begins July 2, 2015)
InterCaribbean Airways Providenciales, Puerto Plata A
JetBlue Airways Boston, Chicago O'Hare, Fort Lauderdale, Hartford, New York-JFK, Newark, Orlando, Punta Cana, Santiago de los Caballeros, Santo Domingo-Las Américas, St. Croix, Sint Maarten, St. Thomas, Tampa, Washington-National A
LIAT Antigua, Dominica-Melville Hall, Tortola (begins July16, 2015) A
Norwegian Air Shuttle
operated by Norwegian Long Haul
Copenhagen (begins November 6, 2015), London-Gatwick (begins November 4, 2015), Oslo-Gardermoen (begins November 1, 2015), Stockholm-Arlanda (begins November 3, 2015) D
Seaborne Airlines Anguilla, Dominica-Melville Hall, Fort-de-France, La Romana, Nevis, Pointe-à-Pitre, Punta Cana, Santo Domingo-Las Américas, St. Croix, Saint Kitts, Saint Thomas, Sint Maarten, Tortola D
Southwest Airlines Baltimore, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Tampa
Seasonal: Houston-Hobby
Spirit Airlines Fort Lauderdale, Orlando B
Sun Country Airlines Fort Myers, Minneapolis/St. Paul D
Tradewind Aviation Anguilla, Nevis, Saint Barthélemy A
United Airlines Chicago-O'Hare, Houston-Intercontinental, Newark, Washington-Dulles
Seasonal: Cleveland
US Airways
operated by American Airlines
Charlotte, Philadelphia D
Vieques Air Link Vieques A
Volaris Cancún (begins July 2, 2015) TBD
WestJet Toronto-Pearson D

1Ticketing counters for Terminal C airlines are currently located in Terminals A and D.