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Puerto Rico reopens PSE and BQN airports to U.S. and International traffic

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The article is in Spanish but the gist of it is that as of today, the Aguadilla/Rafael Hernandez airport (BQN), and the Ponce/Mercedita airport (PSE) reopened to air traffic as of today, one year and one month after being shuttered to route all incoming passengers through the San Juan/Luis Muñoz Marín airport (SJU) as a pandemic control measure. 


The BQN airport is close to the world famous surfing beaches of Rincón as well as many other beaches and regional attractions, and is a 2.5 hour drive from San Juan. The PSE airport serves Puerto Rico's second largest city, Ponce, and is a 1.5 hour drive from San Juan. Both are served by jetBlue.




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