San Juan Airport, known officially as San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport
(IATA: SJU, ICAO: TJSJ) is located in Carolina, 3 miles (5 km) southeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The airport serves as the Caribbean hub for
American Eagle and
Cape Air. Recently the airport serves
as a focus city for JetBlue Airways, operating 27 daily flights
in the newly constructed Terminal A. JetBlue Airways is also the
largest carrier in Puerto Rico. American Eagle is the second largest operator in Luis Muñoz Marin International
Airport with a total of 25 daily flights.
San Juan airport has a Hotel, a barber shop, beauty salons, souvenir kiosks, duty free shops, a Banco Popular
de Puerto Rico branch and many ATMs all over the facility. Other improvements are reconstruction of
runway 10-28, press conference rooms, an American Airlines Admirals Club located in Concourse C, and new fast food
franchises along it's corridors, like Wendy’s, McDonalds, Subway, and Taco Maker, just to mention a few.
San Juan Airport Passport and Visa Requirements: No passports or immunizations are necessary for
a U.S. citizen or national traveling to San Juan, however, travelling with a U.S. passport is strongly recommended.
U.S. citizens (18 and over) are required to show a U.S. federal or state-issued photo ID. See
TSA Requirements for
the most up to date information. Aliens traveling to Puerto Rico are required to have a valid passport and
an appropriate U.S. visa (if required).