List of airports in Puerto Rico

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This is a list of airports in Puerto Rico (a U.S. Commonwealth), grouped by type and sorted by location. It contains all public-use and military airports in the state. Some private-use and former airports may be included where notable, such as airports that were previously public-use, those with commercial enplanements recorded by the FAA or airports assigned an IATA airport code.


This list contains the following information:

LocationFAAIATAICAOAirport nameRoleEnpl.
Commercial Service - Primary Airports
AguadillaBQNBQNTJBQRafael Hernández International AirportP-N240,270
PoncePSEPSETJPSMercedita International AirportP-N110,159
San Juan / CarolinaSJUSJUTJSJLuis Muñoz Marín International AirportP-M4,635,798
San Juan / MiramarSIGSIGTJIGFernando Luis Ribas Dominicci Airport (Isla Grande Airport)P-N [nb 1]13,837
ViequesVQSVQSTJVQAntonio Rivera Rodríguez AirportP-N21,517
Commercial Service - Non-Primary Airports
MayagüezMAZMAZTJMZEugenio María de Hostos AirportCS4,636
General Aviation Airports
AreciboABOARETJABAntonio (Nery) Juarbe Pol AirportGA
CeibaRVRNRRTJRVJosé Aponte de la Torre Airport (opened Nov. 2008)GA [nb 2]
CulebraCPXCPXTJCPBenjamín Rivera Noriega AirportGA
FajardoX95FAJTJFADiego Jiménez Torres AirportGA
HumacaoX63HUCHumacao AirportGA
Other Public-Use Airports (not categorized in NPIAS 2009)
PatillasX64Patillas Airport
Notable Private-Use Airports
Boquerón, Cabo RojoPR10Boquerón Airport
Boquerón, Cabo RojoPR24Cullingford Field
Mona, MayagüezMona Airport
San JuanPR34San Juan Seaplane Base
Notable Former Airports
AguadillaTJFFRamey Air Force Base (closed 1971, now Rafael Hernández Airport)
CeibaNRRNRRTJNRRoosevelt Roads Naval Station (closed 2004, now José Aponte de la Torre Airport)
DoradoDDPDorado Airport (Dorado Beach Airport)


  1. ^ Fernando Luis Ribas Dominicci Airport is listed as a commercial service - non-primary airport in the 2009-2013 NPIAS, but is a commercial service - primary facility based on yearly enplanements in 2007 and 2008.
  2. ^ José Aponte de la Torre Airport was not included in the 2009-2013 NPIAS, but is a general aviation airport as per its FAA master record.

See also[edit]


Federal Aviation Administration (FAA):


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