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List of the busiest airports in the Caribbean

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List of the busiest airports in the Caribbean

This is a list of the busiest airports in the Caribbean region by passenger traffic. Statistics are available for almost all the airstrips taken into account. The present list intends to include all the international airports located in the area geographically defined as Caribbean. Given that each country has a different body to control these statistics, the compilation of data is difficult and not homogeneously distributed. The information here presented represents the best available data from different Internet sources. The list contains statistics for different years, since each country authority does not have strong regulations reporting passengers traffic. The ranking is ordered according to total passenger traffic (unless the footnotes indicate the contrary). Information on aircraft movements or cargo movements is not available for all the airports.

Ranking of airports

Country/Region Airport name IATA/ICAO Code City Served Passengers
1. Puerto Rico Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport SJU/TJSJ San Juan 8,600,413 [1]
2. Dominican Republic Punta Cana International Airport PUJ/MDPC Punta Cana 5,285,000 [2]
3. Cuba José Martí International Airport HAV/MUHA Havana 4,067,980 [3]
4. Jamaica Sangster International Airport MBJ/MKJS Montego Bay 3,381,492 [4]
5. Bahamas Lynden Pindling International Airport NAS/MYNN Nassau 3,339,876 [5]
6. Dominican Republic Las Americas International Airport SDQ/MDSD Santo Domingo 2,955,586 [2]
7. Trinidad and Tobago Piarco International Airport POS/TTPP Port of Spain 2,504,469 [6]
8. Aruba Queen Beatrix International Airport AUA/TNCA Aruba 2,089,021 [7]
9. Guadeloupe Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport PTP/TFFR Pointe-à-Pitre 2,029,080 [9]
10. Barbados Grantley Adams International Airport BGI/TBPB Bridgetown 1,858,176 [8]
11. Curaçao Hato International Airport CUR/TNCC Curaçao 1,835,000[12]
12. Martinique Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport FDF/TFFF Fort-de-France 1,729,711[10]
13. Sint Maarten Princess Juliana International Airport SXM/TNCM St. Maarten 1,625,964[11]
14. Jamaica Norman Manley International Airport KIN/MKJP Kingston 1,502,973 [4]
15. Haiti Toussaint Louverture International Airport PAP/MTPP Port-Au-Prince 1,500,521[15]
16. Colombia Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport ADZ/SKSP San Andrés 1,277,163[13]
17. Cuba Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport VRA/MUVR Varadero 1,275,000[13]
18. United States Virgin Islands Cyril E. King Airport STT/TIST Saint Thomas 1,215,000[14]
19. Dominican Republic Cibao International Airport STI/MDST Santiago 1,065,350 [2]
20. Cayman Islands Owen Roberts International Airport GCM/MWCR Grand Cayman 1,035,826[15]
21. Antigua and Barbuda V.C. Bird International Airport ANU/TAPA Antigua 919,748[23]
22. Dominican Republic Gregorio Luperon International Airport POP/MDPP Puerto Plata 753,324 [2]
23. Trinidad and Tobago A.N.R Robinson International Airport TAB/TTCP Scarborough 739,622[16]
24. Saint Lucia Hewanorra International Airport UVF/TLPL Vieux Fort Quarter 620,401[17]
25. Puerto Rico Rafael Hernández International Airport BQN/TJBQ Aguadilla 471,228 [1]
26. Bonaire Flamingo International Airport BON/TNCB Bonaire 462,897[18]
27. United States Virgin Islands Henry E. Rohlsen Airport STX/TISX Saint Croix 375,000[19]
28. Saint Kitts and Nevis Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport SKB/TKPK Saint Kitts 350,727[20]
29. British Virgin Islands Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport EIS/TUPJ Tortola 310,089[21]
30. Saint Lucia George F. L. Charles Airport SLU/TLPC Castries 300,259[17]
31. Cuba Antonio Maceo Airport SCU/MUCU Santiago de Cuba 280,000[22]
32. Puerto Rico Mercedita Airport PSE/TJPS Ponce 203,617 [1]
33. Dominican Republic La Romana International Airport LRM/MDLR La Romana 197,788 [2]
34. Puerto Rico Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport VQS/TJVQ Vieques 143,064 [1]
35. Dominican Republic Samana El Catey International Airport AZS/MDCY Samaná 119,312 [2]

Note: Although there are more than fifteen international airports in the Caribbean area, statistics were not available for each one of them. Any additional information could improve the article.


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