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How to find the cheapest flight from San Jose (SJC) to San Juan

All the information you need to plan the best SJC to PR1 flight in 2022: compare San Jose to San Juan flight prices with the expected peak season, weather and rainfall in San Juan.

Price

$443 — $799

Temperature

77 — 82.4 °F

Rainfall

2.2 — 6.1 inches

Popular in June High demand for flights, 28% potential price rise
Cheapest in January Best time to find cheap flights, 23% potential price drop
Round-trip from $443 From San Jose to San Juan
One-way from $315 One-way flight from San Jose to San Juan
How far in advance should I book a flight from San Jose to San Juan?

Find a great deal and save up to 58% by booking at least 34 days prior to your desired departure date, rather than waiting until the week of travel. According to our data, there are a number of flights available from San Jose to San Juan within the next two weeks, with the cheapest ticket starting at $689.

What is the cheapest month to fly from San Jose to San Juan?

Our data shows that January tends to be the cheapest month to fly to San Juan from San Jose. Users have commonly found prices around $575 for the month, but tickets can be as low as $222. Due to multiple factors, prepare for potentially higher prices in June.

When is the cheapest time to fly from San Jose to San Juan (SJC — SJU)?

Regardless of the time of day you decide to fly, the ticket price will remain around the same. Book flights from San Jose to San Juan as you normally would.

Cheap flights from San Jose to San Juan in November, December 2022

The best prices found for SJC to San Juan flights for November, December

Dec 3 — Dec 9

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

17h 36m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

1 stop

32h 38m

$326

Multiple Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Dec 2 — Dec 6

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

19h 09m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

18h 35m

$337

United Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Dec 3 — Dec 9

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

17h 36m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

15h 13m

$363

Multiple Airlines

Deal found 11/8

San Jose to San Juan 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to San Juan from San Jose found for this year

Dec 3 — Dec 9

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

17h 36m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

1 stop

32h 38m

$326

Multiple Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Dec 2 — Dec 6

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

19h 09m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

18h 35m

$337

United Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Dec 3 — Dec 9

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

17h 36m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

15h 13m

$363

Multiple Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Cheap American Airlines flights from San Jose to San Juan

Jan 25 — Feb 1

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

1 stop

9h 01m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

31h 42m

$286

American Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Jan 11 — Jan 17

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

1 stop

9h 01m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

1 stop

31h 32m

$295

American Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Nov 19 — Nov 25

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

31h 00m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

1 stop

16h 38m

$1,099

American Airlines

Deal found 11/10

Cheap United Airlines flights from San Jose to San Juan

Jan 25 — Jan 31

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

19h 11m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

24h 09m

$333

United Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Dec 2 — Dec 6

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

19h 09m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

18h 35m

$337

United Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Jan 26 — Feb 3

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

17h 38m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

33h 00m

$348

United Airlines

Deal found 11/10

Last minute flights from San Jose to San Juan

Late deals on return flights to San Juan from San Jose, departing today and this week

Nov 15 — Nov 20

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

1 stop

12h 01m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

17h 46m

$696

Delta

Deal found 11/8

Nov 19 — Nov 25

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

17h 36m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

19h 24m

$759

United Airlines

Deal found 11/10

Nov 15 — Nov 19

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

13h 19m

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

SJC

San Jose

2 stops

13h 41m

$793

Multiple Airlines

Deal found 11/8

One-way flights to San Juan from San Jose

The cheapest one-way flights from San Jose to San Juan

Dec 3

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

17h 14m

$144

Delta

Deal found 11/9

Jan 15

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

2 stops

18h 17m

$149

Delta

Deal found 11/8

Jan 15

SJC

San Jose

SJU

San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl

1 stop

9h 32m

$194

United Airlines

Deal found 11/8

Related info for your journey

Useful info, stats and facts about San Jose to San Juan flights.

What airport do you fly from for flights from San Jose to San Juan?

Most people fly from San Jose (SJC) if they book a flight from San Jose to San Juan. On average, San Jose has 0 outbound flights to San Juan per day from 6 airlines. San Jose is conveniently located just 2.9 mi from San Jose’s city center.

Which airlines flying from San Jose to San Juan have flexible cancellations due to COVID-19?

United Airlines, JetBlue, and Delta are some of the carriers that may have flexible cancellation policies. You can use our site to filter for other airlines that may also have this kind of flexibility.

Can I find flights from San Jose to San Juan for under $300 on Cheapflights?

Yes, there are multiple flights from San Jose to San Juan for under $300. The cheapest flight booked recently is on American Airlines for just $286, but on average you can expect to pay $344.

Are there last-minute flights available from San Jose to San Juan for under $700?

There are currently 9+ open flights from San Jose to San Juan within the next 7 days for less than $700.

What are the cheapest airlines flying from San Jose to San Juan round-trip?

Flying on American Airlines is currently your cheapest option to San Juan, with prices starting at $286. Additional round-trip tickets that might be worth considering are offered by United Airlines and Delta, with the lowest prices starting at $333 and $377, respectively. Users have found that American Airlines is 50% cheaper than the other options available to this destination.

What are the cheapest airlines to fly from San Jose to San Juan one-way?

One-way options have recently been found by users for as low as $144 on Delta. Other airlines that offer cheap prices include United Airlines from $194 and JetBlue from $315 one-way.

What are the most popular airlines that fly from San Jose to San Juan?

American Airlines, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue are the most popular airlines when flying from San Jose to San Juan.

What are the cheapest flights from San Jose to San Juan?

Looking at all options, your cheapest flight can be booked for $250. While the most popular route (San Jose — San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl) can be booked for $287 on average our data indicates $1,005 when flying from San Jose to San Juan.

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Can I fly to San Juan from San Jose right now?

Information is based on travel restrictions from San Jose to San Juan

Most visitors from San Jose can enter San Juan without restrictions.

COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from San Jose are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test or antigen result upon entering San Juan.

Quarantine requirements
Visitors from San Jose are not required to quarantine after entering San Juan.

Documents
Travel Declaration Form — Must be completed prior to travel to Puerto Rico.

Can I fly back to San Jose from San Juan?

Returning to San Jose from San Juan

COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from San Juan are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test or antigen result upon entering San Jose.

Quarantine requirements
Visitors from San Juan are not required to quarantine after entering San Jose.

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Top 6 airlines flying from San Jose to San Juan

The chart below displays the airlines Cheapflights users traveling from San Jose to San Juan choose most often.

Cheapest and average prices are based on aggregated data from the past 12 months.

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Juneyao Airlines Cheapest$12 Average$21 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-time66% COVID-19 safety

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Delta Cheapest$222 Average$468 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-timeN/A COVID-19 safety

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JetBlue Cheapest$229 Average$560 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-time62% COVID-19 safety

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American Airlines Cheapest$234 Average$490 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-time71% COVID-19 safety

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United Airlines Cheapest$278 Average$663 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-time69% COVID-19 safety

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Alaska Airlines Cheapest$491 Average$649 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-time75% COVID-19 safety

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At Condado Vanderbilt, we understand that one size doesn’t fit all. That’s why our one-bedroom suites come in three different sizes. Our Commodore Suites come with views of historic San Juan, or of the shimmering Atlantic – with options for an oceanfront terrace. For a more intimate setting, select our Biltmore Suite, which offers oceanside vistas as well.

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Because everyone loves a breathtaking view, Condado Vanderbilt gives guests a choice of two: dramatic ocean vistas, courtesy of our Tower Guest Rooms, or dazzling panoramas of historic and beautiful San Juan, from our Heritage Guest Rooms. And while deciding which one you prefer may not be easy, one thing is certain: there are no wrong answers!

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1919 Restaurant

1919 Restaurant

Exquisite food with a view to match — that, at it’s core, is what 1919 is all about. Named for the year Condado Vanderbilt first opened its doors, this unparalleled tour-de-force in fine dining offers contemporary, «flavor-forward» dishes crafted exclusively from local artisans and farmers. Combined with impeccable service and meticulous attention to detail, it’s a recipe for feasts you’ll not soon forget.

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STK Restaurant

STK Restaurant

As one might surmise, STK specializes in prime, tender cuts of perfectly-prepared protein — but there’s more to this beef-inspired bistro than the name implies. Artfully blending a chic lounge concept with a modern steakhouse, STK brings a dynamic vibe to fine dining — fueled, no doubt, by the infectious, high-energy beats laid down by the best DJs in town.

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Ola Oceanfront

Ola Oceanfront

«Ola» — the Spanish word for «wave» — welcomes visitors with a relaxed, family-friendly vibe and authentic fare brimming with the traditional flavors of Puerto Rico. With the sun-splashed Atlantic as a backdrop, Ola serves made-to-order dishes for breakfast and lunch, made with only the freshest of locally-sourced ingredients. Care for an exotic, island libation or hand-crafted cocktail? Pull up a seaside seat at the restaurant bar for a soothing refresher.

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Tacos & Tequila

Tacos & Tequila

Tacos and Tequila is a tantalizing culinary tribute to the most beloved dishes of Mexico. With a menu authored by Executive Sous Chef José Alvarez, this laid-back yet vibrant venue includes favorites like tacos al pastor, tinga chicken tacos and — for vegetarian foodies — tacos starring Mushroom & Sweet Potato.

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VC Lounge

VC Lounge

Beckoning you with warm breezes from it’s oceanfront terrace, VC Lounge is the epicenter of San Juan nightlife, with a grand — yet curiously intimate — vibe, perfect for chilling at seaside, by day or at night.

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Veritas Wine And Cognac Bar

Veritas Wine And Cognac Bar

Combining some of life’s most enjoyable delights — vintage wine, signature cocktails and irresistible beats — Veritas is the perfect place to kick back with friends. Before sunset, guests can savor their sips with a panoramic ocean view — and in the evening, nightcaps paired with stargazing is the perfect way to end your day.

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Marabar Martini Bar & Lounge

Marabar Martini Bar & Lounge

The only Krug Ambassade Lounge in Puerto Rico. Order a signature, hand-crafted cocktail or Krug Champagne, and immerse yourself in the intimate ambiance with the spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean as your backdrop.

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AVO Lounge

AVO Lounge

As a favorite pre-or post-dinner gathering spot for cigar aficionados, Avo Lounge envelops guests in a comforting atmosphere of warmth and worldliness. Here, smoking connoisseurs can choose from a wide array of premium brands, from Davidoff and Padron to Romeo Y Julieta, Habana and Montecristo.

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Weddings

Weddings

Storybook weddings start with storybook settings. With an elite team of experienced planners, full service, world-class catering and dramatic tropical settings, everything’s in place for an unforgettable ceremony.

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At Condado Vanderbilt, we understand that every event is a special one. From dramatic oceanfront backdrops and world-class, full-service catering to conference rooms with comprehensive next-gen technology, our planners will help you set the stage for success!

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1919

The First Years

Condado Vanderbilt’s history can be traced back to its grand opening on October 16th, 1919. Frederick William Vanderbilt, scion of one of the wealthiest families in America — and among the most influential men in the country — had previously acquired oceanfront land on the site, and set out to build the finest destination in the Caribbean.

The First Years

Condado Vanderbilt’s history can be traced back to its grand opening on October 16th, 1919. Frederick William Vanderbilt, scion of one of the wealthiest families in America — and among the most influential men in the country — had previously acquired oceanfront land on the site, and set out to build the finest destination in the Caribbean.

Mr. Vanderbilt selected Warren & Wetmore — one of the foremost architectural firms of the time, having designed Grand Central Station and the Biltmore Hotel — to draw up blueprints for what he would go on to name «The Condado Vanderbilt Hotel.»

Upon opening its doors, the Vanderbilt quickly became the destination of choice for generations of heads of state, captains of industry and Hollywood royalty — creating a rarified atmosphere of sophistication, elegance and grace.

The hotel had its own dock and boats so that guests could explore the Condado Lagoon. Other amenities included tennis courts, a bowling alley, a barbershop and a beauty salon.


1920

1920s ~ 1930s

Among the most prominent visitors to Condado Vanderbilt during this period were Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt — who,among other high-profile politicians and socialites, were entertained by diversions such as live music, miniature golf, local carnivals and games of chance.

1940s ~ 1970s

With the popularity of air travel burgeoning, visitation to Puerto Rico climbed. In response, the hotel expanded, adding more rooms – while still maintaining its reputation as an exclusive destination for celebrities, entertainers and high-profile politicians.

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1980s ~ 1990s

«The Trio» – Condado Beach Hotel, La Concha Hotel and the Convention Center – steadily came into being. Live entertainment – in the form of popular bands and other famous stage acts – continued to cement Condado’s reputation as the entertainment capital of the Caribbean. Among the stars: Julio Iglesias and Plácido Domingo. Meanwhile, headline-grabbing events – from high-profile weddings to ornate quinceañeros – routinely filled ballrooms to capacity.


2000

2000s ~ Today

After decades of providing the international community with unrivaled levels of premier Caribbean hospitality, Condado Vanderbilt then received a well-deserved restoration – which, through faithful and meticulous care, returned the hotel to its legendary grandeur.

And while this distinguished grandame has indeed undergone significant modernization, one thing hasn’t changed: our unwavering commitment to providing guests with the kind of exacting service and attentive care that – to this very day – are the hallmarks of every stay.

Jose | it’s… What is San Jose?

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San Jose
San Jose

Capital of Costa Rica. Founded in 1737 and originally called Villa Nueva — ‘new village’ ; later the name San José (San Jose) ‘Saint José’ became widespread.

Geographical names of the world: Toponymic dictionary. — M: AST.
Pospelov E.M.
2001.

San Jose

1) ( San José ), capital of Costa Rica , at an altitude of 1165 m 337 thousand inhabitants (1998). Founded 1737–38 Since 1823 — the capital, transferred from the city of Cartago , almost completely destroyed by the eruption of the Irazu volcano. The climate is subequatorial, medium. January temperature 18.5 °С, July 20.8 °С, precipitation 1850 mm per year, from May to November — the rainy season. It is located in a seismic zone, close to the active volcanoes Irazu and Poas. The railroad is connected to the ports of Puntarenas on the Pacific Ocean and Limon on the Caribbean Sea. Intern. the airport. Production of food, leather shoes, tab., text. prom. University of Costa Rica; academy of history, language; nat. theatre; nat. museum, native museum;

2) ( San Jose ), a city in the state of California (USA), 80 km to the SE. from San Francisco. 895 thousand inhabitants, in the agglomeration 1683 thousand people. (2000). Founded in 1777 by Spanish missionaries. The oldest city in California (since 1850) and its first capital (1849–51). A large center of science-intensive industry with a predominance of military-oriented industries (production of computers, radio electronic devices, production of aircraft engines and infantry fighting vehicles). Large prom. Projects in the suburbs of Santa Clara, Palo Alto and Sunnyvale (Lockheed Missile Plant). Naval Base Moffitt Field is home to the NASA Ames Center (research in physics, space biology and medicine). Sat. household state university. Performing Arts Center. Symphony orchestra, choir.

Dictionary of modern geographical names. — Yekaterinburg: U-Factoria.
Under the general editorship of Acad. V. M. Kotlyakova.
2006.

SAN JOSE

COSTA RICA

San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica, is located on the Central Valley plateau at an altitude of 1170 meters above sea level. The population is about 760,000 inhabitants.

The city was founded in 1737 and was then called Villa Nueva — «New City», and became the capital only a hundred years later — in 1823. In the 19th century, San Jose developed as a center for the production of coffee and by the middle of the 20th century had become the main industrial city of Costa Rica. In addition to agriculture, tourism plays an important role in the city’s economy. Food and flavor, leather and footwear, textile industries are developed in the capital.

San Jose is surrounded on all sides by volcanic chains. They majestically rise above the low (as a rule, no more than two or three floors) buildings of the city. Only in the central and business parts of the city can you find buildings higher than ten floors. On the outskirts there are many private houses and mansions surrounded by tropical greenery.

The streets in the city are straight, wide enough, they have a lot of greenery, represented by exotic plants of the tropics. There are no special historical sights. In the very center of the capital, next to the central square, there is the National Theater, the building of which is considered one of the most beautiful theater buildings in Latin America. Lots of good and comfortable hotels.

Museums of the capital are interesting. In the National Museum, you can see items of Indian life and art, including unique gold jewelry (their modern copies can be purchased in the jewelry stores of the capital), as well as learn the entire history of the settlement and development of the country. In the center of the city, underground, there is a museum of gold objects of the Indian period found on the territory of the country. Interesting museums of Costa Rican art and entomology

The University of Costa Rica is also located here. National Library and National Archives. Of the architectural monuments — the cathedral of the XVIII century.

The inhabitants of Costa Rica are very fond of music and almost everyone dances wonderfully, easily performing the most difficult steps of traditional Latin American dances. Therefore, there are many discos and dance clubs in the city, where not only traditional, but also well-known, world music sounds. Costa Ricans are a calm people, and you can go to night discos without fear for your life. There are always a lot of taxis that are always ready to take you anywhere in the city for a very reasonable fee.

San Jose International Airport is located just 15-20 minutes drive from the city.

Encyclopedia: cities and countries.
2008.

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    New load-bearing capacity for San Jose city streets

    This was the condition of San Jose’s main street, Double-u-Campbell Avenue, in the heart of Silicon Valley. Here, a Wirtgen cold recycler accustomed to this type of work immediately cut the damaged asphalt concrete layer 10 cm thick to a width of 3.80 m, granulated the material and mixed it with pre-distributed cement (1%).

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    At this time, traffic passes the Starbright Theater at the junction with Fulton Street, apparently undisturbed by the recycling facility as the roadway is being repaved in a single work pass with no trucks in and out. This simultaneously increases safety and significantly relieves traffic.

    The Wirtgen 3800 CR is designed with maximum power in mind to ensure that repairs can be carried out quickly. The loading system also has a high feeding capacity. The height-adjustable rotary conveyor feeds the material at a rapid pace into the tracked material hopper, which deposits the finished mix in place in 10 cm layers and pre-compacts it. The HD+ 110 VVHF tandem roller and the HAMM GRW 280i pneumatic roller carry out the final compaction, ensuring a continuous and even surface structure.

    Cost-effective and environmentally friendly

    After 100 miles of cold recycling on site in the shortest possible time, Bob Gerrigan, Manager at MCK Services, is pleased with the results: “With the Wirtgen 3800 CR, we were able to complete financial requirements of the City of San Jose.»

    The final figures speak for themselves: 9 reductions in truck working hours alone600 hours (90%) significantly reduced CO2 emissions and fuel consumption, as well as the movement of construction equipment on streets with a daily traffic load of 12,000 to 35,000 vehicles. Thus, the city managed to save at least 1.

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