If you’re thinking of visiting Puerto Rico or have travel plans booked in the coming weeks, we’re here to keep you informed.
Hurricane Maria recently passed through Puerto Rico. For the last 24 hours, we have been focused on ensuring the safety of everyone on the Island. The Puerto Rico Tourism Company is working closely with other government agencies and the entire tourism industry to assess the impact and continue to provide updates.
Recent travel updates:
The Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport expects to resume limited commercial flights on Friday, September 22.
Most airlines are looking to resume operations on Saturday, September 23.
Cruise ports remain closed at this time.
All travelers should reach out to their airlines and accommodations directly for specific information.
We are confident that Puerto Rico will quickly recover. Our tourism infrastructure is strong and our people are even stronger. We recently came together to help our Caribbean neighbors after Irma, and it’s this generosity, the hospitality of our people, and the beauty of our island that will continue to encourage millions of travelers like you to come visit.
We will provide updates here as more information becomes available, and look forward to welcoming you to our Island once again.