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Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport

Puerto Rico coastline

About Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport

Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, sometimes known as Isla Verde International Airport (Aeropuerto Internacional de Isla Verde in Spanish) or simply San Juan Airport is the main international airport in Puerto Rico. It's located in Carolina and facilitates flights around the Caribbean, as well as to the Americas and to parts of Europe.

The airport is the busiest airport in the Caribbean and a primary hub for Air Sunshine and Seaborne Airlines and a secondary hub for Cape Air and Tradewind Aviation.

As well as handling commercial flights, the Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport is also used for military by the United States Air Force and Puerto Rico Air National Guard.

What is the airport code for Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport?

The airport code for Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport is SJU.

Airport Location

Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport is located in Carolina, Puerto Rico, which is just southeast of Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan. Driving from San Juan to the airport typically takes between 15–25 minutes.


Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport is regarded as one of the best airports in the Middle East in terms of experience, facilities and security.

Facilities Include:

  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • WIFI (for a charge)
  • Passenger assistance
  • ATMs
  • Currency exchange
  • Airport lounges
  • Hotels
  • Mobile charging
  • Baggage storage
  • Baggage wrapping

Lounges by terminal:

The Lounge San Juan by Global Lounge Network

Located at Terminal A

  • Free snacks
  • Free bar
  • WIFI
  • Internet terminals
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • TV screens
  • Flight monitors

*Dress code: smart dress (shirts and shoes required)*

Avianca Sala VIP (Operated By Globa Lounge)

Located at Terminal C

  • Free dining
  • Free snacks
  • Free bar
  • WIFI
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • TV screens
  • Internet terminals
  • Flight monitors
  • Children's area


Runway 08/26:

  • Length: 3,170 meters
  • Surface: Asphalt

Runway 10/28:

  • Length: 2,433 meters
  • Surface: Concrete

Runway 08/26 is the airport's original runway. It was extended in the 1960s, a few years before runway 10/28 was built. Both runways are in use.


Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport is split into two terminal buildings, Terminal A and Terminal B, C, D and E (which are four concourses in on terminal). All terminal buildings are connected

Terminal A

Terminal A opened in 2012 and was originally exclusively used by US carrier JetBlue. Today, it's used by other airlines such as Copa Airlines and Allegiant. Terminal A is also home to The Lounge San Juan, which is one of two lounges at the airport.

Terminal B, C, D, E

  • Terminals B, C, D, E are actually concourses and making up the other terminal building at the airport.
  • Terminal B is used by airlines such as Delta, United, Southwest, Spirit, Air Canada, Allegiant, Frontier and LIAT. It underwent a multi-million renovation in 2014.
  • Terminal C also underwent a multi-million renovation in 2016, which, like Terminal B, saw a number of restaurants and retail outlets opened at the terminal. Terminal C is where the Avianca VIP airport lounge is located.
  • Terminal D is currently closed for renovation. Before it closed, it was used by airlines that are part of the OneWorld alliance, including American Airlines.
  • Terminal E is also currently closed for renovation. Prior to closing, there were no airlines that used this concourse. However, historically, it has been used by American Airlines and American Eagle.

Airlines that fly to Luis Muñoz Marín Airport

Air Sunshine and Seaborne Airlines use Luis Muńoz Marín International Airport as a primary hub. Here are all the other airlines that fly to the airport:

  • Air Antilles (France)
  • Air Canada (Canada)
  • Air Century (Dominican Republic)
  • Air Flamenco (Puerto Rico)
  • Air Sunshine (Puerto Rico)
  • Air Transat (Canada)
  • Allegiant Airlines (USA)
  • American Airlines (USA)
  • Avianca (Colombia)
  • Cape Air (USA)
  • Condor (Germany)
  • Copa Airlines (Panama)
  • Delta (USA)
  • Frontier (USA)
  • Iberia (Spain)
  • InterCaribbean Airways (Turks and Caicos Islands)
  • JetBlue (USA)
  • LIAT (Antigua)
  • Seaborne Airlines (Puerto Rico)
  • Sky High Aviation (Dominican Republic)
  • Southwest Airlines (USA)
  • Spirit Airlines (USA)
  • Sun Country Airlines (USA)
  • Tradewind Airlines (USA)
  • United Airlines (USA)
  • Vieques Air Link (Puerto Rico)
  • WestJet (Canada)

How to get to Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport

By driving

There are both parking facilities and car rental services at San Juan Airport. If driving from San Juan, take highway 26 to Carolina and follow the signs for the airport and exit at 8B. If driving from Carolina, take highway 26 to San Juan and follow the signs for the airport and exit at 8B.

By bus

AMA Buses bus route 50 provides direct connections to Luis Muñoz Marin Internationa Airport from Isla Verde, Condado, Old San Juan and other destinations. However, it's worth noting that baggage is not allowed onboard the buses.

By taxi

Taxis to San Juan Airport can be pre-ordered by phone. These are some popular taxi companies recommended on the San Juan Airport official website:

  • San Juan Taxis: +1 407-729-4083
  • Taxi Services Puerto Rico: +1 787-382-6220
  • Go Taxi Puerto Rico: +1 787-955-6666
  • Wilbert Taxi Service: +1 787-479-9767

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