Luis Munoz Marin International Airport

San Juan, PR


Getting around the airport

1 Main Terminal, 5 Concourses

Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport is located three miles southeast of San Juan in Puerto Rico. The passenger Main Terminal complex consists of five Concourses A, B, C, D, and E, arranged in a horseshoe shape. Concourse E is currently unused. The airport has 24-hour porter service at the terminal entrance and baggage claim area. The service is free but tipping is recommended.

  • Concourse A consists of Gates A1 to A8 and has a ticketing/check point, security check point, and a tourist point information as well as various restaurants and shops.
  • Concourse B consists of Gates B2 to B11, has its own security checkpoints and is used by various airlines.
  • Concourse C consists of Gates C2 to C10, has its own security checkpoint and shares most of the services and amenities with Terminal B, such as security checkpoint or information point.
  • Concourse D consists of Gates D1 to D9, has its own security checkpoint and an Airport Hotel on the second level. 
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Getting into town

Bus or taxi


Bus routes 40 (Pinero-Rio Station to Isla Verde) and 50 (Iturregui-Urb. to Isla Verde) stop at the airport. Switch between routes 40/50 and 5/53 for travel to Isla Verde, Condado, or Old San Juan. While this mode of transport is the cheapest, please note that luggage is not allowed on any public buses and only exact change is accepted (quarters, dimes and nickels).

Location: Terminal A and D, before security, departures area, level 2, curbside outside of concourse entrance Hours: 04:30-22:00 Cost: Regular fare USD 0.75, students USD 0.60, adults aged 60-74 years USD 0.35, and people with disabilities, on Medicare or 75 years or older travel for free.


There are set fares for destinations within San Juan. From the airport to any hotel in Isla Verde, the fare is USD 10; for Condado the charge is USD 15; and to Old San Juan, the cost is USD 19. A small baggage surcharge of USD 2 and a 10 to 15 percent tip is expected. Travel time can vary with traffic but Old San Juan is a 20-minute journey on a clear day.

Location: Terminal A, before security, arrivals area, level 1 Terminals B and D, before security, outside baggage claim area
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Terminal or Concourse

Confusing boarding card information

The passenger terminal complex consists of Concourses A, B, C, D, and E. Some airlines incorrectly refer to gate areas as Terminals, e.g. TA or TC instead of Concourses. 

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Faster Security

Busiest checkpoint times

The busiest times at:

  • Concourse B are 12:30-15:00,
  • at Concourse C 9:00-17:00, and
  • Concourse D from 05:30-07:30 and 16:00-18:00.

If you are travelling during these times, keep in mind that your gate can be reached from any checkpoint.
Plan to go to a less busy concourse for security.

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Global Entry Kiosks

For US citizens

If you have a machine-readable permanent resident card or U.S. passport and have enrolled to the Global Entry Programm you can use the Global Entry Lines at SJU airport. Fill out the a customs declaration at the touch screens, print out a receipt and you can avoid waiting in line at the regular immigrations lines.

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Power outlets

Wall outlets

There are no formal power charging stations but passengers can use wall outlets before and after security.

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Car rental

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Six car rental companies have their cars on-site, on level one of the multi-storey parking garage. Sixt, Thrifty, and U Save have shuttles for customers. The shuttles will wait for you outside your arrival terminal on the arrivals level.

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Smoking areas

Outside only

Smoking is allowed only on designated smoking areas which are located outside Concourses A, B, D, and E.

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