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Luis Munoz Marin International Airport
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Latitude / Longitude
The IATA (International Air Transport Association) code, often referred to as an airport’s TLA, assigned to Luis Munoz Marin International Airport is SJU. Further, the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) assigned code is SJU. Having this basic information about San Juan’s airport is helpful because you can often use the TLA to search for flights from SJU to your destination airport’s TLA. Most travel websites use TLA’s to ensure they are matching you with the correct origin and destination airports, so it makes your search process faster and more accurate when you use them instead of just the city name. In addition, having details like San Juan airport’s latitude, longitude and altitude can offer you clues about the likely weather conditions at the airport, which might help you in planning whether or not you need a jacket or shorts for that short trip from the airplane into the terminal.
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Carolina International Airport named after Luis Muñoz Marín , located in the city of Carolina, five kilometers southeast of the capital of Puerto Rico, the city of San Juan. It is the largest commercial airport in Puerto Rico.
The airport was officially opened on 22 May 1955 years old. Since the port is located in Isla Verde County, for several decades it was known as Isla Verde International Airport , until in 1985 Governor Rafael Hernandez Colon ordered that the official name of the air harbor be changed to Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in honor of Puerto Rico’s first democratically elected governor.
Over the years, the airport has been used by the US mainline airlines Pan American World Airways, Eastern Air Lines and Trans Caribbean Airways as a transit hub (hub) to the Caribbean, as well as one of the main destinations for the then largest air carrier of the United States Trans World Airlines. At 19From 1984 to 1984, the airport was the main hub of the Puerto Rican airline Prinair, until its bankruptcy in late 1984 — early 1985.
In 1986, mainline American Airlines (with sister carrier American Eagle Airlines) established its own transit hub at Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport , primarily to compete with another mainline, Eastern Air Lines. A few years later, major international airlines such as Mexicana de Aviación, Lufthansa, Air France, KLM, ACES Colombia, Air Jamaica, Viasa, Avianca, Aeropostal Alas de Venezuela, Aerolíneas Argentinas, Dominicana de Aviación, ATA Airlines and Northwest Airlines came to the airport. .
Luis Munoz Marin International Airport is a major hub for international traffic between the Caribbean and airports in the United States. Domestic routes link the Carolinas to many local destinations, including Culebra, Managuez, Ponce and Vieques. From the capital of Puerto Rico, the airport can be reached via the Teodoro Moscoso Bridge.
At one of the main destinations for passenger traffic Carolina Airport is used by mainline carrier American Airlines and low cost airline JetBlue Airways. Regional Executive Airlines, branded American Eagle, is the airport’s largest operator, currently operating up to 45 scheduled flights per day.
Airlines and destinations
Luis Munoz Marin International Airport operates one main passenger terminal building with four concourses. Currently, the construction of the building of another auxiliary terminal is underway on the territory of the airport, which will contain one concourse.
The infrastructure of the main terminal of the airport is divided into four zones: three sectors for servicing flights of American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines and the fourth sector, which serves flights of all other carriers.
- ↑ Although Virgin Atlantic Airways’ flight to London (Gatwick) makes an intermediate stop in Antigua, the airline is not authorized to sell shoulder tickets between Antigua and San Juan.
- February 15, 1970. Douglas DC-9 aircraft (registration HI-177) of Dominicana de Aviación. Two minutes after takeoff from Las Americas International Airport in the direction of San Juan, the pilots reported a second engine shutdown, after which the liner entered an uncontrollable dive and fell into the ocean. All 102 people on board were killed, including the Dominican Republic’s national women’s volleyball team and former world boxing champion Carlos Cruz, who was flying to San Juan for a rematch with Carlos Ortiz.
- June 24, 1972. A Prinair de Havilland DH.114 Heron 2B (registration N554PR) operating scheduled flight 191 from San Juan to Ponce crashed while landing at the destination airport. Of the 20 people on board, five died, the remaining 15 people were seriously injured.
- December 31, 1972. An American Express Douglas DC-7CF (registration N500AE), which was under operating lease and carried out a humanitarian mission to supply areas of Nicaragua affected by a strong earthquake. Shortly after takeoff from San Juan Airport, the pilots of the overloaded airliner reported a second engine shutdown and a third engine loss of thrust. A few seconds later, the plane crashed into the sea, killing all five people on board, including famous baseball player Roberto Clemente.
- July 22, 1986. Borinquen Air Douglas C-53D (registration N27PR) on a cargo flight from San Juan to Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport (Golden Rock). A few minutes after takeoff from Luis Munoz Marin International Airport , an accident occurred in the second engine of the liner. The pilots turned the plane and tried to make an emergency landing at the airport of departure, but the plane did not reach the runway and crashed into the bay with a strong right roll. There were two pilots on board, one of them died, the second was seriously injured.
- September 17, 1989. A Tol Air Services Douglas C-47A (registration N100DW) was severely damaged by the elements during the passage of Category 5 Hurricane Hugo. The liner was beyond repair and was decommissioned.
- September 24, 1998. Trans-Florida Airlines Convair 240-13 (registration N91237). A few minutes after takeoff from Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport , there was a problem with one of the aircraft’s engines. The pilots made an attempt to return to the airport of departure, but the plane quickly lost altitude and crashed into the sea two miles from the runway. Two crew members and one passenger were not injured, and the aircraft was subsequently written off.
- April 4, 2001. The Douglas DC-3A (registration N19BA) of Roblex Aviation crashed into the sea during a training flight due to the failure of both engines. Both pilots managed to safely leave the plane, which later returned to the carrier’s fleet.
- May 9, 2004. Super ATR (registration N438AT) of Executive Airlines under the American Eagle brand, operating scheduled flight 5401, made a hard emergency landing at Luis Munoz Marin International Airport . Seventeen people were injured, but no deaths were reported.
- February 7, 2008, Executive Airlines flight under the American Eagle brand Las Americas International Airport — Luis Munoz Marin International Airport , aircraft ATR-72-500. Shortly after takeoff from Las Americas airport, the commander of the ship reported to the ground that there were problems with the operation of the right engine and requested an emergency landing at La Romana International Airport (Dominican Republic). When approaching the airport, smoke from the right engine had already begun to flow into the cockpit. The airliner made an emergency landing in La Romana, as a result of the incident there were no casualties.
- March 30, 2010. Short 330 aircraft (registration N106SW) of M&N Aviation. When landing on runway 10 of the Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport , the nose landing gear collapsed. No casualties were reported from the incident.
Airliner flew through Hurricane Irma and survived
07 September 2017
Global Look Press
Delta Air Lines’
Boeing 737 flying from Puerto Rico to New York on September 6 flew through Hurricane Irma approaching the island. There were 173 passengers on board the ship. The plane safely reached its destination. The liner arrived at Luis Munoz Marin Airport around noon on September 6th. Despite the approaching hurricane, the captain of the aircraft, after consultation with meteorologists and the airport controller, decided to fly back to New York.
A Delta Air Lines Boeing 737 flying September 6 from Puerto Rico to New York with 173 passengers on board miraculously flew through Hurricane Irma approaching the island and safely reached its destination.
The airliner arrived at the Luis Munoz Marin Airport, located near the capital of Puerto Rico, the city of San Juan, around noon on September 6, according to the Evening Standard.
Despite the approaching hurricane, the captain of the aircraft after consultations with meteorologists and the airport controller decided to fly back to New York. The plane took off from the airport at 12:41 p.m., having spent only 52 minutes on the ground for taxiing, as well as unloading and loading passengers.
An image tweeted by Flightradar24 shows that after takeoff, the plane flew between the hurricane’s eye and one of its wings, eventually landing safely in New York four hours later.
Go big, then go home! @Delta operated an impressive Hurricane #Irma rescue flight from San Juan. #DL431 #DL302 https://t.co/s5XV8TTih0 pic.twitter.com/PqX2Zim5Xy
— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) September 7, 2017
This flight ended up being the last one to land and then take off from San Juan Airport before all air traffic over Puerto Rico was completely closed due to the hurricane.
Irma is by some estimates the most powerful hurricane to have ever been observed in the Atlantic Ocean outside the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. On the islands of the Caribbean Sea, several people have already become its victims, a large number of settlements have been destroyed.
Earlier it was reported that «Irma» forced to make a detour the plane of the Pope, who was heading for a visit to Colombia.