Airports San Juan Airport

Major gateway in the Caribbean: San Juan Airport


Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico (IATA code: SJU), is the biggest and busiest airport in the Caribbean. It is the island’s main point of entry and the home airport of many airlines. In 2021, the airport handled 9.7 million passengers, corresponding to around 90 percent of the total Puerto Rican passenger volume. 

San Juan Airport, which celebrated its 65th anniversary in 2020, is the first and currently the only large airport in the USA to be successfully privatized within the framework of the FAA Airport Privatization Pilot Program.

Since May 2017, AviAlliance has held a 40-percent stake in the operating company Aerostar Airport Holdings, LLC. The remaining 60 percent is held by Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR), Mexico. AviAlliance and ASUR, in their role as industrial investors, have agreed to actively support the airport’s development.

Shareholder

Aerostar Airport Holdings, LLC
Shareholder Aerostar Airport Holdings, LLC

Key project data

  • Privatization 2013, concession duration until 2053
  • Entry AviAlliance: 2017
  • Shareholders: AviAlliance (40%), Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (60%)
  • Biggest and busiest airport in the Caribbean

Passengers

Year Passengers
20219.7 million
20204.8 million
2019 9.4 million
2018 8.4 million
2017 8.4 million

Financial Highlights 2021

   
Revenues 297.4 Mio. USD
 
EBITDA 215.6 Mio. USD
 

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