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Some of the world’s most well-traveled cities are in Puerto Rico. The most popular city to travel to in Puerto Rico is San Juan, which momondo users choose as their landing destination 559% more often than other cities. The next most popular cities in Puerto Rico are Aguadilla and Ponce.
Puerto Rico is full of notable places to explore, many with significant historical value to the region and the world. Some of the most popular landmarks in Puerto Rico are Viejo San Juan, Isla Verde Beach, Palmas del Mar Beach, and Puerto Rico Convention Center, among many more.
Flying into San Juan Isla Grande Airport is typically the best way to visit Viejo San Juan, since it is the closest airport to the area.
The cheapest flights to Puerto Rico recently found by momondo users are $4 with Alaska Airlines, $6 with Iberia, and $9 with Juneyao Airlines.
There are 8 airlines that fly to Puerto Rico on a routine basis, but Spirit Airlines, JetBlue and United Airlines happen to be the most popular among our users. In the past year, 37% of those who searched for flights to Puerto Rico looked to travel with Spirit Airlines, making this airline the top choice among momondo travelers.
Flight times from United States to Puerto Rico vary, but if you’re flying out of Los Angeles and flying into San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl (one of the most popular routes), then the duration is 8h 09m on average. Another popular route from United States to Puerto Rico is flying from San Francisco to San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl, which will take roughly 10h 05m. Keep in mind that layovers or delays could extend your travel time.
According to our data, 88% of momondo users who traveled to Puerto Rico in the last year flew into San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl (located in San Juan), making it the most popular airport to fly to. There may be other airports in Puerto Rico, but the majority of our users take flights to San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl in order to visit San Juan and it’s surrounding areas.
Flights to Puerto Rico can be found for as cheap as $13 per ticket. However our users tend to find airfares to Puerto Rico for around $664 on average. If you’re looking to find a good deal on your flight to Puerto Rico, then you should consider booking if you find anything for $609 or less.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|Miami||San Juan||2h 30m||$114|
|Atlantic City||San Juan||3h 40m||$126|
|Newark||San Juan||3h 47m||$158|
|Fort Lauderdale||San Juan||2h 31m||$160|
|Boston||San Juan||3h 53m||$163|
|Orlando||San Juan||2h 45m||$166|
|Baltimore||San Juan||3h 42m||$167|
|Fort Lauderdale||Aguadilla||2h 24m||$173|
|Philadelphia||San Juan||2h 52m||$176|
|Tampa||San Juan||2h 53m||$195|
|New Orleans||San Juan||5h 35m||$200|
|Houston||San Juan||4h 15m||$209|
|Chicago||San Juan||4h 35m||$219|
There are various flights to Puerto Rico from the United States. All the nonstop flights to Puerto Rico arrive at the Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport (SJU) in the city of San Juan. Some of the departure airports are in large US hubs like John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York City or Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). The flights for these routes are about 3h and 50min, and 5h long respectively. Flying from farther US airports like Minneapolis-S. Paul International Airport (MSP) also takes around 5h. One of the quickest Puerto Rico flights from the US is out of Miami International Airport (MIA). It will take about 2h and 30min between take-off and landing in Puerto Rico. There are also cheap flights from the United States’ west coast. However, these routes have at least one layover. For example, leaving out of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), depending on where you stop, the whole journey can take from about 7h and 30min to 8h and 30min.
You can find a wide selection of nonstop flights to Puerto Rico from cities in the United States on the east coast, the south, and the Midwest. For instance, JetBlue offers nonstop flights from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Hartford, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Orlando International Airport (MCO), and Tampa International Airport (TPA). United Airlines has direct flights to Puerto Rico from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Houston and Dulles International Airport (IAD). There is also direct service out of Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) flying with American Airlines. Southwest Airlines offers seasonal nonstop routes to San Juan from St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL), Nashville International Airport (BNA), and Fort Lauderdale Airport (FLL). All these direct flights arrive at the Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport in San Juan. There currently aren’t any direct flights from the United States to other airports in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico is an island where the easiest and most efficient way of getting around is by car. It’s common to book a car rental for trips around Puerto Rico. However, some of the top destinations are not on the main island of Puerto Rico. For instance, to get to the islands of Vieques or Culebra, your best bet may be getting one of the possible charter flights available out of the Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport in San Juan. Cape Air offers direct flights to Benjamín Riviera Noriega (CPX) Airport on Culebra Island every day of the week. These flights are only 35min long. As for getting to Vieques Island, Cape Air and Silver Airways seasonally, offer nonstop flights from San Juan to Antonio Rivera Rodriguez Airport (VQS). Nonetheless, you can also get to the islands by ferry. As for getting around the main island of Puerto Rico, there are alternative ways of getting around to renting a car, like taking the buses or minibuses to the different towns or beaches.
No, a US citizen is not required to have a passport and a visa to fly to Puerto Rico. To be able to get into the country, US citizens are only required to have a government-issued ID or permanent residence card. However, a passport is an example of a valid government-issued ID and it may be used to enter the country.
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