Rafael hernandez airport: Aguadilla Airport, Rafael Hernández Airport (BQN) in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

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Rafael Hernández Airport, commonly known as the Aguadilla Airport is the second largest international airport in Puerto Rico, located on the northwest coast of the island in the town of Aguadilla. Rafael Hernández Airport was named after a famous Puerto Rican composer,  owned and operated by Puerto Rico Ports Authority,  welcoming visitors of the western tourist region and residents of the area.  Jet Blue, United Airlines, and Spirit Airlines offer direct flights to Aguadilla from Newark, Fort Lauderdale, New York, and Orlando.

Often you can find cheap flight rates to Aguadilla, grab them quickly, flights fill up fast with Puerto Ricans taking advantage of deals in order to visit family and tourists looking for last-minute getaways to the towns of Rincon, Isabela, Aguadilla, Mayaguez, and Cabo Rojo.

  • BQN for IATA, FAA & LID
  • TJBQ for ICAO

When searching for flights online, use airport code BQN.

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Jet Blue Airways

Jet Blue offers direct daily flights to and from Aguadilla from the following cities:

  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • New York (JFK) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • Orlando (MCO) to Aguadilla (BQN)

Spirit Airlines

Spirit Airlines offers direct flights to and from Aguadilla from the following cities:

–  Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Aguadilla (BQN

Spirit Airlines offers good flights from the following cities with good connections:

–  Tampa – (TPA) to Aguadilla (BQN)

United Airlines

United Airlines offers direct flights to Aguadilla from:  Newark, NJ from $233 round trip

Cities with good connecting flights to Aguadilla with United Airlines

  • Chicago (ORD) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • Boston (BOS) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • El Paso (ELP) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • Hartford (BDL) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • Houston (HOU) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • Minneapolis (MSP) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • Orlando (FLL) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • San Francisco (SFO) to Aguadilla (BQN)
  • Washington (DCA) to Aguadilla (BQN)

The passenger terminal has two gates, one for departures and one for arrivals, modern airline ticket, and car rental counters.  The airport is small but offers the following facilities:

  • coffee shop, cafeteria, and a restaurant
  • restrooms and a family restroom
  • Be sure to visit the Puerto Rico Tourism Company office, you can get maps, pamphlets, and local information.

Aguadilla Airport has a nice outdoor parking lot right beside the main terminal.  Some of the rental car companies park their cars in the same lot, and they protect their vehicle fleet.  Therefore, it is very safe as well.  In addition…

  • Quick walk to the airport terminal
  • Ample parking (172 vehicle capacity)
  • Open 24 hours, 7 days a week
  • Security guard booth with entry and exit gates
  • The entire lot is fenced in

    Rates (subject to change):

    • 1st Hour: $2.75 + tax
    • Additional hours: $0.75 + tax
    • One day, 24 hours, would equal $20.00 + tax

    The closest hotel is Courtyard by Marriott Aguadilla in Aguadilla, minutes from the airport.

    On the neighboring town of Isabela – The luxurious golf resort of Royal Isabela & the beachfront hotel of Villa Montaña.

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    Rafael Hernandez Airport


    Rafael Hernández Airport
    Passenger Terminal
    IATA: BQN – ICAO: TJBQ – FAA LID: BQN
    Summary
    Airport type Public
    Owner Puerto Rico Ports Authority
    Serves Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
    Location Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
    Elevation AMSL 237 ft / 72 m
    Coordinates 18°29′42″N 67°7′46″W / 18. 495°N 67.12944°W / 18.495; -67.12944Coordinates: 18°29′42″N 67°7′46″W / 18.495°N 67.12944°W / 18.495; -67.12944
    Runways
    Direction Length Surface
    ft m
    8/26 11,702 3,567 Asphalt/Concrete
    Statistics (2009)
    Aircraft Operations 71,540
    Passenger Movement 461,506 (2009)
    Based aircraft 106
    Source: Federal Aviation Administration

    Source: Puerto Rico Ports Authority

    Rafael Hernández Airport (IATA: BQN, ICAO: TJBQ, FAA LID: BQN) is a fast-growing airport located in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. It is named after the Puerto Rican composer Rafael Hernández Marín. The airport is the second international airport in Puerto Rico in the region of Porta del Sol, Puerto Rico’s west coast.

    Rafael Hernandez Airport mainly serves Puerto Rican westerners living in the Eastern Region of the United States. The airport serves as focus city to PAWA Dominicana.

    In the past, the airport has been served by major carriers like Capitol Air, Pan Am, Kiwi Airlines, TWA, American Airlines, Delta Connection, to mention a few. Mostly due to little planning, research or advertising, some of these services have been suspended. Other services have been discontinued as part of the airlines restructuring plan, or as a result of airlines going out of business.

    History

    The airport has been long associated with the adjacent military base, Ramey Air Force Base. It used to receive domestic commercial flights by Prinair as well as service from JFK International Airport in New York City with Capitol Air [1], and 707 passenger flights from Miami with Southeast Airlines [2]. It is also noted for being the place that large clothing company Wrangler uses to land their planes filled with company-related cargo.

    In 1988, Rafael Hernández Airport started to surface as an alternative to Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, when Carnival Air Lines and ATA began jet services there. In the 1990s, American Airlines joined those two airlines. Later on, Pan Am (2) and TWA also came.

    In the early 1990s Carnival Air Lines operated the first intra-Puerto Rican jet service from the airport to Ponce, with Boeing 727s and Airbus A300s.

    Prinair suffered various accidents and ceased operations.

    In 2000, North American Airlines re-opened passenger service with a non-stop flight to New York-JFK three times a week. Later on Continental Airlines joined North American with a daily flight to their hub in Newark. The evident success of service from the Aguadilla, caught the attention of Boston-Maine Airways that opened a route to Orlando-Sanford and Santo Domingo.

    In 2004, the Puerto Rico Ports Authority announced that it would be remodelling and expanding BQN to accommodate more flights and passengers. An expansion of the terminal building and a new parking lot were among the projects in mind. The expansion was inaugurated on July 12, 2005.

    In 2005, continuous passenger traffic growth caught the attention of Jet Blue Airways, which opened a daily flight to their hub in New York. Soon after the arrival of Jet Blue to the airport, North American ceased operations at the airport. Soon after, Jet Blue announced that it will be adding a second daily flight to New York-JFK.

    In December 2006, thousands of people gathered at the airport to welcome Carlos «El Indio» Quintana.

    In 2006, Delta Connection began regional jet service to Atlanta, Georgia five times a week. The service ended on January 20, 2007 as part of Delta’s restructuring plan. Later on 2007 JetBlue Airways began service to Orlando.

    In the summer of 2007 Spirit Airlines announced plans to begin service from the airport to their hub in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida with a flight five times a week during the summer. The success of the service resulted in Spirit offering 2 daily flights. Service frequency was lowered to a flight 5 times a week instead of the expected end of service at the end of the summer.

    On July 5, 2007, the newly renovated control tower directed its first aircraft.

    During the low season of 2007 there were 59 flights per week, 1 daily flight to New York, 1 to Newark and Orlando and a flight 5 times per week to Ft. Lauderdale.

    Due to the success of service, Spirit Airlines has increased their frequency to daily to/from Ft. Lauderdale. In addition, Spirit added a daily non-stop service to Orlando on February. JetBlue will also continue to have two daily flights to New York-JFK after the Holiday Season. Also, starting May 1, JetBlue will be adding a second daily flight to/from Orlando.

    On June 2, 2008, Pan Am World Airways Dominicana restored service between the Airport and Santo Domingo-Las Americas as well as to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. These are two of the routes that is evidently under-served due to high demand and proximity of Aguadilla to the neighboring island. On May 24, 2008, local leaders gathered at the airport to meet Democratic presidential candidate Hillary R. Clinton.

    The capacity of the airport and its role as the main gateway to Porta del Sol, the airport is considered extremely undeserved, something that has caused indignation in the region, which accounts for one third of the Puerto Rico’s total population, and the mayor of the city on a number of occasions to ask for the airport to be transferred to the city.

    Statistics

    This table shows the continuous growth of passenger traffic at the airport since 2001, but affected in 2009 by the lack of new flights:

    For year 2007 the airport transported 400,473 passengers, nearly a 500% increase in five years. With only 84 flights per week during the high seasons (Summer & Winter) and 59 flights per week the rest of the year, Hernandez Airport has an Average Load Factor of 80%.

    Recent News

    JetBlue Airways

    JetBlue is studying expansion for the 3 main airports in Puerto Rico for 2011. Plans are underway to add service to Boston, Ft. Lauderdale, and Tampa from the airport.

    Seaborne Airlines

    Seaborne Airlines studies Aguadilla-San Juan service. Service will be from Aguadilla to San Juan Isla Grande Airport.

    FedEx Plans Distribution Hub

    FedEx plans to expand its existing operations at the airport to make it its Caribbean distribution hub.

    Act 67

    Act 67 of May 22, 2008 establishes incentives for charter airlines offering service to the airport. It guarantees profit of up to 10%, 50% discount on landing fees, and matching dollar per dollar base on volume proyections/available seats.

    To benefit from the act Charter Airlines must carry 75% of the passengers on board with a 3+ nights reservation in a hotel in the region of 130 or less rooms.

    Ahrens Airborne

    Ahrens Aircraft due to set up operations at Punta Borinquen in Aguadilla to manufacture an aircraft known as the AR 404, was promised money by the Puerto Rican government to develop the airliner, but an investigation by the United States government prevented the money from getting to the company, and the project was called off with only two AR 404 airplanes built at Rafael Hernandez Airport [3].

    NASA Aviation Safety Program

    Hernandez Airport will host the initial flights of the recently modified S-3 Viking. The Viking was modified to become state-of-the-art icing research aircraft. This flights will seek to characterize the icing conditions that exist in the tropical convective layer of the atmosphere.

    Facilities

    Rafael Hernández Airport covers an area of 1,600 acres (647 ha) which hosts the longest runway in the Eastern Caribbean.

    Runway

    • Runway 08/26: 11,702 x 200 ft (3,567 x 61 m), Surface: Asphalt
      • With Blast Pads and Shoulders: 13,440 X 300 ft (4,097 X 91 m)

    At the beginning of the airport, the runway was built in 1940 as part of the Borinquen Field Army Air Corps Base. In 1948 The base was renamed Ramey Air Force Base complex. Ramey was home to the Strategic Air Command and housed a number of B-36, B-47 and B-52s. Due to the size of the B-36 the runway at Ramey had to be built to a length of 11,702 ft and a width of 200 ft, added a 870 ft Blast Pad at each end and a 50 ft shoulder on each side.

    North Side

    The North side of the airport constitutes a passenger terminal with an international side capable of handling flights of over 200 passengers. It also hosts the Main Cargo Terminal, the FedEx Terminal, and the General Aviation Terminal. The North side also houses the Copeca Jet Center Executive Terminal, as well as five service hangars. The military side of the airport is also located on the North side, housing the Air Station Borinquen, a United States Coast Guard facility.

    South Side

    The South side of the airport is the largest portion of the airport, but is currently undeveloped. Since the airport was transferred to Puerto Rico Port Authority in 1973, the South side has been object of disputes and political campaign. Since then promises have been abundant, yet more than three decades later, the South side is still undeveloped. Under the administration of Sila M. Calderón and Aníbal Acevedo Vilá a master plan was conceived to turn the South side into a cargo hub for the Caribbean. Local residents object to the use of the South side for Cargo rather than a modern passenger terminal.

    Passenger Terminal The passenger terminal was recently upgraded to include air conditioning, more space for modern airline ticket counters and car rental counters. It constitutes two «gates» gate 14 and 15. Gate 14 is use for departures, while Gate 15 is use for arrivals. The terminal is divided into two sections, the domestic and the international sides. The domestic side is equipped with a United States Department of Agriculture facility, while the international side constitutes a United States Customs capable of handling up to 200 passengers.

    Future Expansion

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved a master plan to redevelop the Rafael Hernández Airport in Aguadilla that will involve an investment of $1 billion over the next 20 years. PRPA plans call for the redevelopment of the Aguadilla airport on a scale that will rival LMM. The Aguadilla airport currently has two commercial passenger gates. The master plan calls for a total of 30 commercial passenger gates, 12 shy of the 42 commercial passenger gates that currently exist at LMM.

    There are plans to expand the road that give access to the airport.

    Martinair is expanding its air-cargo operations to Aguadilla Airport. The expansion to Aguadilla will facilitate more flights (up to 12 a week by 2010) to and from the island and serve as a value-added cold-chain hub for the transport of flowers and produce from South America for consumption in Puerto Rico, the mainland U.S., Europe and other parts of the world.

    There are official plans to renovate the runway enroute to house FedEx expansion.

    Passenger Airlines and Destinations

    In the past American Airlines offered service to their hub in Miami from Rafael Hernandez Airport. Miami, as well as other popular routes, currently lacks service from the airport. These markets include but are not limited to Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Hartford, and Baltimore. These cities are home to some of the largest Puerto Rican communities in the United States, many of whom have ties to Aguadilla and the surrounding region.

    Airlines Destinations
    Continental Airlines Newark
    JetBlue Airways New York-JFK, Orlando
    PAWA Dominicana Puerto Plata [seasonal], Punta Cana, Santo Domingo
    Spirit Airlines Fort Lauderdale

    In 2009 a United States Customs facility capable of handling 200 passengers was inaugurated at Rafael Hernandez Airport.

    Cargo Airlines

    The cargo section of the airport is divided in two sections, the Main Terminal and the FedEx Terminal. The FedEx Terminal is home to FedEx and its local affiliates. Talks are currently going for FedEx to increase their operations at Rafael Hernandez Airport and turn Aguadilla in a hub and distribution center for the Caribbean. The remaining Cargo Carriers are located in the Main Terminal.

    Airlines Destinations
    Ameriflight Aruba, Barbados, Curaçao, Grenada, Providenciales, San Juan, Santiago de los Caballeros, St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. Lucia
    Atlas Air Malta (charters several times per month)
    CaribEx Worldwide/CaribEx Intl Airlines Daily Flights to Santo Domingo, and on demand flights to the Caribbean and the US
    CaribEx Worldwide/CaribEx Intl Airlines operated by Skyway Enterprises Antigua, Miami, Providenciales, San Juan, Santiago de los Caballeros, Santo Domingo, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Maarten
    Contract Air Cargo Santiago de los Caballeros, Santo Domingo
    Corporate Air Aruba, Barbados, Curaçao, Port of Spain, Santiago de los Caballeros, St. Lucia
    FedEx Express Memphis, Greensboro (NC), Indianapolis
    FedEx Feeder operated by Mountain Air Cargo Santiago de los Caballeros, Santo Domingo
    Martinair Cargo Amsterdam, Bogotá, Lima, London Stansted
    Merlin Ventures Ltd Barbados, Miami
    Merlin Express Providenciales, Santiago de los Caballeros
    Mountain Air Cargo Providenciales, Santiago de los Caballeros, Santo Domingo
    Roblex Aviation
    Tradewinds Airlines Dallas/Fort Worth, Greensboro/High Point/Winston-Salem, Hartford, Indianapolis

    Road Access

    The airport can be accessed via two highways from PR-2 .

    • Arecibo and Points East including Isabela and Camuy are connected to the airport via SR-110.
    • Mayagüez and Points south including downtown Aguadilla, Rincon, and Cabo Rojo are connected to the airport via SR-107.

    Accidents and incidents

    • On 26 April 1991, Douglas DC-3C N136FS of Four Star Air Cargo was destroyed when a fire broke out in the cockpit whilst the aircraft was taxiing for take-off on a mail flight to Cyril E. King Airport, Charlotte Amalie, United States Virgin Islands.

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    General Info
    Country Puerto Rico
    ICAO ID TJBQ
    FAA ID BQN
    Time UTC-4
    Latitude 18. 494861
    18° 29′ 41.50″ N
    Longitude -67.129444
    067° 07′ 46.00″ W
    Elevation 237 feet
    72 meters
    Magnetic Variation 012° W (01/06)
    Beacon Yes
    Operating Agency CIVIL GOVERNMENT, (LANDING FEES AND DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE MAY BE REQUIRED)
    Near City Aguadilla
    Operating Hours 24 HOUR OPERATIONS
    Communications
    CTAF/UNICOM 123.0
    TWR
    Non-ATCT (CLNC DEL by phone)
    124.35

    269. 35
    SAN JUAN RDO 113.5

    122.1
    AIR CG
    (Other UHF and HF/USB Freq avbl O/R.) Maritime Ch33A.
    345.0
    SAN JUAN CNTR 135.7

    118.15
    338.3
    269.0
    118.75
    Communications Remarks  
    A/D (APP DEP svc).
    Runways
    ID Dimensions Surface PCN ILS
    08/26 11702 x 200 feet
    3567 x 61 meters
    ASPHALT NO
    Navaids
    Type ID Name Channel Freq Distance From Field Bearing From Navaid
    VORTAC BQN BORINQUEN 082X 113. 5 1.2 NM 273.0
    Supplies/Equipment
    Fuel Jet A1, without icing nhibitor.

    100/130 octane gasoline, leaded, MIL-L-5572F (GREEN)

    Remarks
    CAUTION Twy lgt E end inop. Kite flying apch end Rwy 08. Twys E, F, and G clsd to all tfc indef exc PPR call 787-891-2286 or 787-890-6055.
    CG PPR if any CG svc rqr exc SAR/unsked CG LE (C787-890-8414). Ltd trans svc and maint avbl 1130-1930Z, very ltd wkends. Exp delays. CG unable to provide CSTMS fornon-CG acft. No transportation avbl. No acft security avbl. CG ramp space veryltd.
    CSTMS/AG/IMG CSTMS svc C787-831-3342, AG svc C787-882-3315, IMG svc C787-882-3576.
    FUEL (NC-100, A1)
    LGT ACTIVATE-REIL Rwy 08-CTAF. REIL Rwy 08 O/S indef. PAPI Rwy 26 O/S indef.
    NS ABTMT Noise Abatement procedures in eff for all Heavy acft. Ctc afld manager C787-891-2286.

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    Airport coordinates: -67. 129444, 18.494861
    IATA letter code (IATA) of the airport: BQN
    Letter ICAO code (ICAO) of the airport: TJBQ
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    Aguadilla — Humacao

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      • average price

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      • average price

        6,800 €

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        6,400€

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      Isla Sulebrita — Aguadilla

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      • average price

        €12,200

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        4,600 €

      • average price

        7,000 €

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        4,600 €

      • average price

        6,600€

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      • average price

        5,500€

      • Challenger 604
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        3,900€

      • average price

        6,500€

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      Culebra — Aguadilla

      • BBJ
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        €7,700

      • average price

        11,900 €

      • Gulfstream 200
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        4,500€

      • average price

        6,800 €

      • Challenger 300
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        4,500€

      • average price

        6,500€

      • Cessna Citation X
      • Minimum price

        3,400€

      • average price

        €5,300

      • Challenger 604
      • Minimum price

        3,800€

      • average price

        6,400€

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      Rafael Hernandez

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      Aguadilla Rafael Hernandez

      Brief description of the airport

      Second international airport in Puerto Rico serving the west coast of the island

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      18.494861, -67. 129444

      Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

      unique identifiers assigned to airports by international and local aviation associations. See where it is on the map. Presented meteorological report — the weather for today.

      Number of terminals

      1

      Opening

      1974

      WAY BEAR (Winter/Summer)

      -4/-4

      IATA-code BQN

      ICAO-code Rafael Ernandes

      TJBQ

      Base airlines

      JetBlue, Sky High Aviation Services, Spirit Airlines, United Airlines

      Language

      Spanish, English

      Currency

      USD

      Airport weather Rafael Hernandez

      Temperature: 27 °C
      Pressure: 1015 mmHg
      Humidity: 80%
      Wind: 3 m/s

      Rafael Hernandez airport schedule: flight numbers and departure/arrival times

      tomorrow flights with valid statuses.

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