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Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport is the major airline hub of the Caribbean, so getting to Puerto Rico is a breeze, pun intended.
Oh and one thing, if you’re traveling from within the United States you can leave your passport next to your winter clothes, because a simple government-issued picture ID is all you’ll need. If you are visiting from another country, a passport is required.
Fly in at any point
Aside from the Luis Muñoz Marín Airport, Puerto Rico has airports in practically every region. Although smaller in terms of number of terminals, these airports are serviced by the same big commercial airlines. So wherever you touch down, it will always be a perfect landing.
Vieques is tucked away just a few miles off Puerto Rico's east coast, and flying into this paradise island is easy.
Vieques Airport (VQS) is accessible via direct and connecting flights on Vieques Air Link, Cape Air and Air Sunshine through Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU). The smaller yet centric Isla Grande Airport (SIG), which is minutes away from the heart of San Juan, also offers daily flights to Vieques via Vieques Air Link and Seaborne Airlines.
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