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shieneehead
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flying through san juan?
      #1735854 - 06/18/17 10:18 PM (76.118.155.71)

I am looking at perhaps an August trip. I have a fare from Jet Blue from Boston with a short layover in San Juan. We've never flown through San Juan. Its a short layover. Does anyone see any issues? I can't imagine its a huge airport. TIA

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sailbynight
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Re: flying through san juan? [Re: shieneehead]
      #1735860 - 06/19/17 03:51 AM (72.48.44.170)

It is a large airport, with never-ending construction. As long as you are not changing terminals, no problem at all.

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silverfox82
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Re: flying through san juan? [Re: sailbynight]
      #1735861 - 06/19/17 05:12 AM (73.49.126.14)

Jet Blue uses terminal A which is a stand alone building with only 8 gates, should be quite easy.

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shieneehead
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Re: flying through san juan? [Re: silverfox82]
      #1735868 - 06/19/17 07:27 AM (76.118.155.71)

Thanks!

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Bahston
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Re: flying through san juan? [Re: shieneehead]
      #1735869 - 06/19/17 07:43 AM (96.233.64.115)

Didn't JetBlue drop SJU-SXM service? Which airline will you be connecting to?

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TravelHat
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Re: flying through san juan? [Re: Bahston]
      #1735870 - 06/19/17 07:50 AM (69.247.140.56)

They did, it used to be our go to flight. Maybe the OP isn't going to SXM?

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shieneehead
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Re: flying through san juan? [Re: Bahston]
      #1735871 - 06/19/17 07:51 AM (76.118.155.71)

Seaborne Airlines. We've never flown with them.

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boucharda
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Re: flying through san juan? [Re: shieneehead]
      #1735872 - 06/19/17 07:58 AM (24.60.205.149)

Connected JB/Seabourne for our recent BOS/St. Kitts flight. Prop planes with VERY little room for carry on...VERY......but otherwise an uneventful flight. Maybe a capacity of around 30...

I think our connection to SXM was 50 minutes and had no issues

Edited by boucharda (06/19/17 08:01 AM)


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Bahston
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Re: flying through san juan? [Re: boucharda]
      #1735882 - 06/19/17 09:13 AM (50.195.25.179)

JetBlue is in terminal A. Seaborne operates out of Terminal D. It's a bit of a hike, but do-able, all inside the secure area.

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wilsonck
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Re: flying through san juan? [Re: TravelHat]
      #1735884 - 06/19/17 09:22 AM (73.148.207.131)

Quote:

TravelHat said:
They did, it used to be our go to flight. Maybe the OP isn't going to SXM?




Seaborne Airlines is a partner airline with Jetblue and they sell seats on Seaborne's SJU-SXM route. The prices they charge are not as good as when Jetblue operated the route. Jetblue will even sell you a seat on Cape Air to British Virgin Islands from San Juan and connect you there to SXM on Liat, if you want to pay the prices they are asking.


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