Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) is the second busiest airport in the Caribbean (Puerto Rico’s main airport is twice as busy). It receives more than 2 million passengers a year and at the peak times about 250 flights arrive per week. Punta Cana International Airport serves as a destination for more than 50 airlines.
There are three terminals in operation at the moment. Terminal 1 is the biggest and serves for most of the flights. There is also a separate terminal for private jets.
The Punta Cana Airport has a beautiful thatched roof and is an open-air design. For that reason a few areas of the airport have air conditioning.
There are few different restaurants at the airport, currency exchange and duty free shops.
Cost of Flights to Punta Cana International Airport
Note: Often Punta Cana offers cheapest flights from your country. However it is worth to check if you could get a much cheaper flight going to Las Americas International Airport (SDQ).
These are the lowest prices you should expect to pay for a return flight to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
- From US (East Coast) $200-400
- From US (West Coast) $450-600
- From Canada (Toronto) C$ 500 – 600
- From Canada (Vancouver C$600 – 80
- From UK (London) £500-£1000
- From Germany (Frankfurt, Berlin, Köln) €600 – €1000