All airports are open and operational. The Luis Munoz Marin airport in San Juan averages more than 110 daily flights on 28 airlines, offering a monthly seat volume close to 400,000. Seat capacity will increase by another 81,000 in July and air access will be on par with levels of last summer. JetBlue will return all of its capacity to pre-Maria levels by early summer, due to increased demand and the pace of recovery.
The airport in San Juan is served by American Airlines, Air Antilles Express, Air Century, Air Canada, Air Europa, Air Flamenco, Air Sunshine, Air Transat, Allegiant, Avianca, Condor, Cope Airlines, Cape Air, Delta, Frontier, Iberia, InterCaribbean Airways, JetBlue, Liat, Pawa Dominicana, Seaborne, Southwest Spirit, Sun Country Airlines, Tradewind Aviation, United, Vieques Air Link, Westjet.
Ferry services operate several times a day between Fajardo and Vieques and Fajardo and Culebra.
Ground transportation is operating as normal, and 55 tour operators are
open for business. Puerto Rico's 34 major car-rental companies are open,
with 95 dealers across the island.
According to the Puerto Rican government, 95.2% of the island has electricity, but more than 10,000 customers remain in the dark, primarily in rural, remote communities. Telecommunications are 99% operational; 68 hospitals are 100% operational; 1,586 ATMs are working across the island; 98% of customers have running water; all 78 municipalities have some form of water distribution and 99.3% of San Juan has running water.
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Hotels and resorts
As of mid-May, 130 out of 146 Puerto Rico Tourism Co.-sponsored hotels are open, representing 89% of the island's inventory. In addition, hundreds of Airbnb listings and paradores (small, family-run inns) offer accommodations.
Carla Campos, executive director of the Puerto Rico Tourism Co., reported in late May that 12,000 out of 15,000 hotel rooms are fully operational. The other 3,000 are being remodeled to offer a better product.
A complete list of hotels that are open, including Vieques and Culebra, can be found at seepuertorico.com.
Future openings include Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, October; El San Juan Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton, Oct. 1 (the iconic lobby already is open for entertainment on weekend evenings); the St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort in Rio Grande, Oct. 29; Melia Coco Beach, Rio Grande, Nov. 1; Caribe Hilton, Jan. 1; Condado Plaza Hilton, Dec. 15; Verdanza Hotel, Aug. 1; W Retreat & Spa Vieques, Dec. 31; Hyatt Hacienda del Mar, Jan. 1; El Conquistador, a Waldorf Astoria Resort and Las Casitas Village, Jan. 1.
No reopening dates have been announced for the Ritz-Carlton, San Juan.
Regarding Culebra, 12 rooms are available at Club Seaborne; 79 rooms are open in Vieques.
Puerto Rico plans to add 3,800 new rooms by the end of 2019, representing a 25% increase in inventory. Developments underway include JW Marriott, Aloft San Juan Convention Center, Aloft Ponce, Four Seasons Cayo Largo and O:LV Fifty Five.
Restaurants and attractions
Puerto Rico has 16 out of 17 casinos open; eight are open 24 hours.
More than 1,885 restaurants are open around the island, including on Culebra and Vieques; 76% (16 out of 21) of Mesones Gastonomicos, restaurants outside of San Juan known for local specialties and high quality, are open.
Puerto Rico has 184 tourist attractions and 13 golf courses open. Attractions include the Bacardi Tour, Castillo San Cristobal, Museum of Art, catamaran rides in Fajardo, the Museum Parque de Bombas and the Museum of Art in Ponce, luminescent tours in Vieques, Castillo San Felipe de Morro, Cueva Ventana, fishing charter tours, Hacienda Campo Rico, Hacienda Carabali, horseback riding tours, Mall of San Juan, Old San Juan Bike Tours, Plaza Las Americas, Toro Verde and water attractions.
Parts of El Yunque National Forest are still closed, although some lower trails are passable. The park will fully reopen after a renovation that will include an upgraded visitor information center.
The cruise port is open; 116 cruise shore excursions are fully operational.