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Puerto Rico reopens two international airports to accommodate increased travel demand

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Discover Puerto Rico, the Island's non-profit Destination Marketing Organization (DMO), anticipates a quick recovery for the Island through the end of 2021, while keeping the safety and security of all travelers and locals top of mind. As of April 1, after nearly a year of being shut down, two international Puerto Rican airports - Mercedita International Airport in Ponce and Rafael Hernández Airport in Aguadilla - resumed commercial activity to accommodate an increase in bookings. With San Juan's Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, three International airports are now serving Puerto Rico. 

According to the Destination Analysts’ April survey, about two-thirds of Americans are highly open to travel inspiration right now and the number of Americans actively dreaming about and planning travel reached a 2021 peak at 77.7%. TripAdvisor survey revealed Isla Verde in Puerto Rico secured first place among the top 10 fastest-growing destinations in the Caribbean. This follows Google Search data from this past January 2021, where Puerto Rico showed up as the most popular destination searched for in the second half of 2020 published by Go Koala.

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