Luis Munoz Marin Airport, San Juan
Arriving at the crack of dawn was not a problem. However, when we left, there was a crush of people at the Jet Blue terminal and we were all confused. There were so many lines everywhere and we came to find out that we'd have to wait at each and every one of them!
First, we had to get in line to put our luggage through the x-ray machine. Then we had to line up to do a self check-in. Then, since we were checking in luggage, we had to get in a third line to check in with a person.
To top that off, among the group of us flying back to Boston, we were assigned two different gates for the same flight.
And, as you can see, there weren't nearly enough seats...
Luis Munoz Marin is an international airport that receives a large amount of traffic, especially connections to many of the other islands and serves as the Caribbean hub for a few airlines. JetBlue is currently the largest carrier to service this airport with flights to/from New York, Miami, Philadelphia, Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Newark and Ft. Lauderdale.
A few of the other major airlines have a presence here like American Airlines. The airport just recently had a facelift and the airport is clean, but a little disorienting, especially upon arrival. The luggage claims can be confusing, so make sure you know where you'll be getting your luggage.
Services include a bank, hotel, beauty shop, duty free and souvenir kiosks, fast food and the American Airlines Admirals club.
Taxis are plentiful and can be found outside of luggage claim and have a fixed rate depending on where you want to go. Car rentals are located outside of the airport with shuttle buses taking you where you need to go.