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Luis Munoz Marin International Airport
The Luis Munoz Marin International Airport is the main airport that serves the city of Carolina in Puerto Rico. Carolina is only 5 kilometers south of San Juan and is one of the country’s most important tourist centers, making the airport a significant mode of transportation for all the tourists and visitors of the city.
Owned by Puerto Rico Ports Authority, it is currently managed by Airport Holdings, which makes it a private-public partnership. The airport is the only privatized airport in the country. It also serves as the hub for airlines Cape Air and Air Sunshine.
With over 8 million passengers a year going through its gates, the airport is known for being the island’s main international gateway.
Several airlines are operating at the airport, which are Air Canada, Air Sunshine, American Airlines, Cape Air, Condor, Copa Airlines, Delta Air Lines, West Jet, Us Airways and a few others. Important and most widely traveled destinations are New York, Miami, Atlanta, Orlando, Tampa, Boston, Panama, Madrid, the Dominican Republic, Sto. Domingo and many others.
The airport was established in 1951 when Puerto Rico’s first democratically elected governor authorized the construction of a modern airport that is able to accommodate jet airlines. Thus, in 1985, the airport was named after the governor, Luis Munoz Marin. During the 1980’s it became the Caribbean hub for PanAm and Eastern Airlines. Many improvements have been over the years with the most recent opening of Terminal A in 2012. Since 2008, major upgrades have slowly been done, which will include a new terminal, pavement and expansions, a press conference room and areas for fast food joints.
If you want to stay at the airport for the duration of your trip, you can do so by checking in at the San Juan Airport Hotel. It is only 0.22 kilometers away from the terminal. For a more luxurious accommodation, you can stay at the Courtyard by Marriott or at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, which are both less than 1 kilometer away.
The US dollar is used at the airport and there are ATM machines situated all over the terminal as well as one Puerto Rican bank. You can also do your shopping inside the airport in case you didn’t have time to shop in the city centre. A Duty Free shop is available with prices much lower than that in retail stores and other gift and souvenir shops are also located inside the terminal. A Barber shop and beauty salon is also located inside, where you can have personal services done while you wait for your flight or as soon as you arrive from your journey.
For food, there are several fast food services inside the airport, as well as restaurants and coffee shops.
If you go to the airport in a private car, there are plenty of parking spaces at the airport’s multilevel parking, which is open 24/7 on hourly rates. There’s a taxi kiosk right outside the terminal where you can opt to take a touristic cab with fixed prices or a regular metered cab.