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Cheap flights to Puerto Rico from $54 One Way, $83 Round Trip

$83 return flights and $54 one-way flights to Puerto Rico were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
FLL San Juan Jun 6 - Jun 11 $129
BOS San Juan Jun 7 - Jun 10 $276
ORD San Juan Jun 7 - Jun 12 $291
PHL San Juan Jun 6 - Jul 3 $317
BDL San Juan Jun 7 - Jun 10 $326
MCO San Juan Jun 7 - Jun 8 $344
MIA San Juan Jun 6 - Jun 11 $359
ISP San Juan Jun 6 - Jun 18 $408
MCO Culebra Jun 7 - Jun 17 $416
EWR San Juan Jun 5 - Jun 12 $463
MIA Culebra Jun 6 - Jun 21 $522
JFK San Juan Jun 6 - Jun 12 $558
JFK Vieques Jun 5 - Jun 16 $646
JFK Vieques Jun 5 - Jun 16 $646
PHL Mayaguez Jun 7 - Jun 22 $792
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Why You Should Take A Flight To Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is an island in the Caribbean Sea, approximately 1,000 miles off the coast of Miami. It blends a rich European history, particularly Spanish, with more recently becoming part of the United States Commonwealth. This means that historical architecture and unspoiled beaches sit side by side with modern infrastructure. Although the island was battered by Hurricane Maria in 2017, most of the facilities have now been restored, and tourists are once again booking flights to Puerto Rico to enjoy the lush, mountainous interior and unspoiled beaches which run along the coast, as well as the vibrant and historically rich capital of San Juan. From exploring hidden caves and ancient villages to enjoying the thrill of surfing or snorkeling in the crystal clear waters, cheap flights to Puerto Rico open up a world of possibilities.


When To Book Flights To Puerto Rico

If you want to fly to Puerto Rico when the weather is good, then rest assured that’s most of the year. The tropical climate means mild temperatures of around 70F to 90F throughout the year, with the south coast being a little warmer and the mountains slightly cooler. The dry season runs from November to May, but brief showers are common throughout the year, particularly along the northern coast. More cautious travellers might wish to avoid booking plane tickets to Puerto Rico during the hurricane season of June to November, although plenty of warning of incoming weather is always given.


How To Find The Best Flight Deals To Puerto Rico

Finding cheap flights to Puerto Rico is easier than ever thanks to the Orbitz search tool. If you’ve got some flexibility regarding when you want to fly you can click on ‘Show flexible dates’ to choose from a range of dates and direct or indirect flights. Clicking on ‘Nearby airports’ lets you vary the airport you take off from or fly into, letting you find the cheapest option which is close enough to travel to. Our website offers the perfect mix of convenience and value.


Main Airports In Puerto Rico

  • Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU)

Located seven miles outside the capital of San Juan, Luis Muñoz Marín International is the main airport in Puerto Rico and the busiest in the Caribbean, handling over 4 million passengers every year. It takes flights from cities across the US and is also a hub for onward travel to other Caribbean islands. An airport shuttle bus service travels between the airport and the city center, while local provider AMA runs buses from terminals A and D and taxis can be picked up outside terminals A, B and C.

  • Rafael Hernández Airport (BQN)

Handling less than half a million passengers per year, flying from just four US cities, Rafael Hernández Airport is a small airport located in the city of Aguadilla. Despite its relatively small size it does slightly extend the range of airlines and flights which can be taken to Puerto Rico.


Which Airlines Fly To Puerto Rico?

Airlines which fly to Puerto Rico directly from the US include the following:

  • JetBlue Airways
  • American Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Delta Air Lines
  • United Airlines

How To Get To And Around Puerto Rico

The relatively unspoiled nature of Puerto Rico means that the public transport infrastructure outside the major cities of San Juan, Guaynabo, Carolina and Bayamon, is limited although this hub is served by both a bus and metro service. Beyond that, travel is best attempted by hiring a car when landing at the airport – most of the major international suppliers are based at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport – or taking one of the Tourism Taxis, which travel across defined zones in San Juan for fixed prices.


Places To Visit In Puerto Rico

San Juan

The capital city of Puerto Rico is home to more than a third of the population of the island, and is divided into three separate districts, although tourists mainly stick to two of these – the walled city of Old San Juan and the Condado beachfront, which is lined with high rise hotels and apartment blocks. The historical part of the city is where you’ll find the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Fort San Cristóbal, Fortín San Juan de la Cruz and Fort San Felipe del Morro.

Fajardo

Fajardo is a city on the east coast of Puerto Rico and is famed as being the home of one of the islands stunning bioluminescent bays. These are bays which are home to millions of microscopic creatures which light up when they move. They are invisible during the day, but taking a kayak tour of the bay on a moonless night is one of the best and most memorable reasons to book tickets to Puerto Rico.

El Yunque

El Yunque is the rainforest which covers the mountainous inland of Puerto Rico and is begging to be explored. The lush landscape is packed with fascinating plants and animals, and taking the right footpath could lead to La Mina waterfalls, where you can refresh yourself with a cool dip in the water.


Tips And Tricks For Traveling In Puerto Rico

No visa is required to travel to Puerto Rico form the US, just a valid passport. The tap water isn’t safe to drink on the island, and as staying hydrated in the heat is important, make sure you ask for bottled water when setting out exploring.

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