- IATA/ICAO Code:
- United States
- Mario C. Diaz
- Passenger Count :
- 18,213,913 (2020)
- Runways :
- 15L/33R - 3,658m (12,001ft) | 15R/33L - 3,048m (10,000ft) | 9/27 - 3,048m (10,000ft) | 8L/26R - 2,743m (9,000ft) | 8R/26L - 2,866m (9,402ft)
- Terminal A | Terminal B | Terminal C | Terminal D | Terminal E
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