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San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl. Airport

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Arrivals at San Juan Airport

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Time From Flight Airline Terminal Status
00:03 JFK B61503 QR3907 TK8993 EY8281 EI5338 Jetblue Airways A
Landed
00:30 PHL NK3806 Spirit Airlines B
Scheduled
00:48 MCO B62133 AD7694 Jetblue Airways A
Active
00:50 BDL F93938 Frontier Airlines D
Landed
18:00 MCO B61833 AD7630 Jetblue Airways A
Scheduled
18:10 CPX 9K5921 B65908 Cape Air D
Scheduled
18:19 PHL F91166 Frontier Airlines C
Scheduled
18:20 STT 9K8141 B65935 Cape Air D
Landed
18:32 RDU B62929 Jetblue Airways A
Scheduled
18:35 STT 3M123 UA3123 B65523 Silver Airways D
Scheduled
18:40 STX 3M117 B65517 UA3117 Silver Airways D
Scheduled
18:45 MAD IB6301 AY5649 QR6911 BA4249 AA8527 Iberia C
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18:56 PUJ F9238 Frontier Airlines C
Scheduled
18:57 MIA NK3148 Spirit Airlines
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19:00 SBH TJ107 Tradewind Aviation
Scheduled
19:02 SBH TJ117 Tradewind Aviation
Landed
19:09 BDL B61475 Jetblue Airways A
Active
19:11 FLL NK261 Spirit Airlines B
Scheduled
19:24 SDQ F996 Frontier Airlines C
Scheduled
19:28 TPA NK538 Spirit Airlines
Landed
19:30 JFK B6803 FI7959 EY8369 JL5482 QR4089 EI5342 TK8991 Jetblue Airways A
Scheduled
19:32 EIS 9K4621 B65375 Cape Air D
Scheduled
19:47 DFW NK1110 Spirit Airlines B
Scheduled
20:15 CLT AA2993 American Airlines C
Landed
20:38 IAH UA1914 AC3132 NZ9843 LH7696 United Airlines B
Scheduled
21:00 MIA AA1172 IB4345 BA5027 American Airlines C
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21:10 JFK B61903 LY8737 EI5340 QR4093 FI7811 TK8995 Jetblue Airways A
Scheduled
21:10 MCO WN4404 Southwest Airlines B
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21:18 SDQ B61638 Jetblue Airways A
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21:40 FLL B61453 AD7392 Jetblue Airways A
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21:56 ATL DL1861 LA6654 KL6454 WS8090 AM4605 LA6553 VS5295 AF5853 Delta Air Lines B
Landed
22:25 FLL WN755 Southwest Airlines B
Landed
22:33 PTY CM450 KL3021 Copa Airlines D
Landed
22:45 DFW AA2154 AS4122 AY4019 QR9483 American Airlines C
Landed
23:05 JFK DL1859 WS7474 VS3160 UX3412 AZ3109 AF5999 KL6572 Delta Air Lines B
Landed
23:09 MCO NK1049 Spirit Airlines B
Landed
23:15 MCO WN4405 Southwest Airlines B
Landed
23:19 HOU 10 Tanker Air Carrier
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23:40 BWI WN4399 Southwest Airlines B
Landed
23:41 ATL F92872 Frontier Airlines C
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23:50 BOS B6561 EI5284 QR3999 TP4451 HA2293 FI7953 Jetblue Airways A
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23:54 PHL F94462 Frontier Airlines C
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23:54 BDL B6275 Jetblue Airways A
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23:57 EWR UA1543 LH7780 AC5457 United Airlines B
Landed
23:59 PHL F93248 Frontier Airlines C
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Arrivals in other time periods

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SJU Airport passport control

Upon boarding a flight and upon arrival at the Airport, all passengers are subject to passport control. Below you will find information on how this procedure takes place at SJU.

SJU Airport - US passport holders

Passengers over 18 years old are required to present valid identification documents upon arrival at the Airport checkpoint. Those who are visiting Puerto Rico from the U.S. arrive at the ground floor of the Airport building (Puerto Rico Airport Arrivals area) and should move towards Terminal A or B to claim their luggage. Since Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory, passengers who are citizens or residents of the U.S. are not obliged to provide a passport while entering Puerto Rico. They only must present an ID with a photo issued by a government or Permanent Resident Card.

Foreigners traveling to San Juan, Puerto Rico

Upon arrival at the Airport, international travelers need to exit the gate and pass to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processing zone. Once passengers undergo CBP primary control, they have to claim their luggage and proceed to U.S. Customs and Agriculture. If travelers need help with transporting their belongings, they can seek the assistance of luggage carriers which can be found at the San Juan Puerto Rico Airport Arrivals zone. After passing customs, passengers may proceed to exit the Airport.

Puerto Rico Visa requirements for non-US citizens

Those who are visiting the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico from another city/town outside the U.S., need an approved VISA to enter the Caribbean Island. These are the same demands you must comply with to enter the U.S. since Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory. Before applying for a nonimmigrant VISA, check out the filing process and necessary papers as they vary depending on the U.S. Embassy or Consulate where you apply. So, you should follow the particular instructions for the country that you're in.

Puerto Rico visa waiver program

The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) permits citizens of 40 countries to travel to the U.S. for business or tourism and stay there for up to 90 days without getting a VISA. Those who intend to travel to Puerto Rico with VWP must have a valid Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) approval which is valid for two years. Additionally, you are required to provide an e-passport with an embedded electronic chip to use the VWP. The chip will be scanned to establish the correspondence between the traveler and the provided passport at SJU. The countries enabled for VWP are listed below:

  • Andorra;
  • Australia;
  • Austria;
  • Belgium;
  • Brunei;
  • Czech Republic;
  • Denmark;
  • Estonia;
  • Finland;
  • France;
  • Germany;
  • Greece;
  • Hungary;
  • Iceland;
  • Ireland;
  • Italy;
  • Japan;
  • Latvia;
  • Liechtenstein;
  • Lithuania;
  • Luxembourg;
  • Malta;
  • Monaco;
  • The Netherlands;
  • New Zealand;
  • Norway;
  • Portugal;
  • San Marino;
  • Singapore;
  • Slovenia;
  • Slovakia;
  • South Korea;
  • Spain;
  • Sweden;
  • Switzerland;
  • Taiwan;
  • The United Kingdom.

San Juan Airport travel restrictions - Covid-19

The Transportation Security Administration has canceled the obligatory use of face masks at Airports in the U.S. territory. Thus, wearing masks at SJU, including the Puerto Rico San Juan Airport Arrivals zone, is currently optional. Moreover, Executive Order 2022-019 regarding the requirements of the proof of vaccination and/or Vacu ID was amended. Although the negative COVID-19 test is no longer required for international and domestic travelers, non-citizen passengers aged 18 still have to provide a vaccination card and fill out the SJU travel declaration form. Accepted vaccines by the US government are the following:

  • Moderna;
  • Johnson and Johnson;
  • Pfizer-BioNTech;
  • Oxford-AstraZeneca/Covishield;
  • Sinopharm;
  • Sinovac.

Please note, that the last dose must have been received a full 14 days before traveling. Quarantine requirements have also been canceled in Puerto Rico.

San Juan Airport baggage rules

San Juan Airport baggage claim

Arrivals at San Juan Airport in Puerto Rico are located on the second floor. Passengers arriving at SJU at the gate zone need to move to the baggage claim area on the first level which is divided by airline. If you are unfamiliar with the Airport, look at the SJU Map to quickly navigate among the amenities. On-site, you can ask your airline's‎s agent about SJU baggage claim location or look for a baggage carousel board that indicates which carousel has your flight's suitcases.

Lost and found at SJU

If you have lost something in a hurry or just forgot an item in the territory of SJU Airport (at the parking or terminals), you can follow the webpage http://www.sjulostandfound.com to complete a form entering your contact information to facilitate the process of locating you. Please note that all items found at the Airport will be held by the police, located in the San Juan Airport Arrivals zone at Terminal E. The items remain there for a period of 30 to 90 days. For more information, please call 787-791-0098 or pass directly to the police Airport`s office from Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm.

You can also write an email to the Lost and Found Office: [email protected]. It serves customers on weekdays from 9 am to 3 pm. If you lost the item at the security point, please contact the staff by calling 787-253-5637. In case you lost something on board the aircraft, you need to ask your airline.

Puerto Rico SJU Airport import regulation

Travelers arriving on an international flight in Puerto Rico undergo certain SJU travel restrictions. In particular, they are required to apply for a Customs declaration before leaving the Airport. Thus, they indicate the details of goods that are being imported or exported.

Residents returning from the U.S. are permitted to import up to $800 worth of valuable items duty-free. While residents flying directly from the Independent State of Samoa, Guam, or the Virgin Islands, have a duty-free entitlement of up to $1,200 on valuable objects.

Check out the list of items to import duty-free allowed for US residents:

  • Tobacco: 1,000 cigarettes, a reasonable amount of tobacco, and 100 cigars;
  • 1 quart of alcoholic beverages (only for passengers that have reached 21-year age). For travelers coming from the Virgin Islands, Guam, and Samoa 1 gallon of alcoholic drinks is permitted;
  • Perfumes and some personal use objects.

Non-residents are allowed to import the following items free from taxes:

  • 50 cigars or 200 cigarettes or 4.4 pounds (2 kg) of tobacco (only for travelers over 21 years old);
  • 1 quart of alcoholic beverages (only for persons who are over 21 years of age);
  • Gifts that do not exceed $100 in value.

International passengers may bring with them up to $10,000 (USD) or its equivalent in foreign currency without filling out a SJU travel form (declaration) to Customs officials.

Prohibited to import in Puerto Rico

Below you will find the list of objects prohibited to import into the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico:

  • Drugs;
  • Cannabis;
  • Cuban cigars;
  • Items from Iran;
  • Leather products from Haiti;
  • Meats;
  • Fish that are not certified.

San Juan Airport vet control

If you travel to Puerto Rico with your pet, it must undergo obligatory SJU animal control. Thus, you need to provide a health certificate for your pet confirming it is healthy and fit to fly. You must also present proof of the current rabies vaccine which is required for dogs and recommended for cats. Please note that traveling to/from Puerto Rico to/from any part of the Continental U.S. for pets is not considered an international shipment. So, dogs and cats only need regular local health certificates as well as proof of up-to-date vaccinations (if any).

For international flights, you need to ask the vet to issue the International Health Certificate

within 10 days of departure. The airlines allow traveling to dogs that have been vaccinated against rabies at least 30 days before entry (except for puppies younger than 3 months). According to the SJU pet policy, your dog/cat pet needs to undergo treatment for external parasites within 72 hours of entering Puerto Rico. The treatment must be noted by your vet on the issued health certificate.

Please check the demands of your airline regarding shipping the pet in cargo or carry-on luggage. You can also address the special pet shipping agencies that provide paid assistance.

What to do in San Juan, Puerto Rico after arrival?

The first thing you may think about upon arrival at the Airport is the way to get to the hotel, city, tourist spot, etc. There are several ways of transfer available for travelers at SJU Airport. If you are a solo tourist traveling light, you may consider public transportation such as public AMA buses. Be aware that large luggage is not allowed on board. So, you can use the service of left luggage at SJU Airport to store some of your suitcases while you visit popular spots. There are several routes from the Airport, so you can reach famous tourist destinations such as Old San Juan, Condado, Ocean Park, Isla Verde, Pan American Cruise Pier, Isla Grande Airport, or Puerta de Tierra. Buses run every 5 to 30 min.

You can also take a taxi, use a ridesharing service, or shuttle to get to the desired destination. For those who prefer comfort, traveling in a company, with children, or with large baggage, going to cover a big distance, or just enjoying driving, car rental could be a good option in Puerto Rico.

If you are planning a trip to Puerto Rico, think about booking a hotel in advance to provide yourself with comfortable conditions for staying at affordable prices. To save time spent on the road and money, consider hotels located near the Airport.

Don‎t forget to exchange your home currency for U.S. dollars in one of the available kiosks, offices, or banks. You can also get some dollars by using cash withdrawals in ATMs located in the area of Arrivals at San Juan International Airport.