Although Punta Cana airport has a small size, it has 5 different terminals: International Terminals A and B, and three more terminals: FBO, National Terminal and a VIP Terminal.
During some years it was the main terminal at Punta Cana airport, until Terminal B was completely build. The terminal building is adjacent to the Arrival Terminal.
It operates with several airlines.
It was opened in 2014 and it is able to handle aircrafts like A380. It serves international flights. It is located between Terminal A and the PUJ Cargo Terminal.
Airlines that operate at Terminal B:
- Air france
- Air Berlin
- Edelweiss / Swiss
- American Airlines
- British Airways
- Delta Airlines
- US Airways
The three other terminals are:
- FBO Terminal: it serves executive general aviation, national and international.
- National Terminal: For national charters and general aviation.
- VIP Terminal: It is a private terminal.
Punta Cana airport manages flights to more than 95 destinations in more than 25 different countries.
Passengers may know that to enter to de Dominican Republic must pay a tax as a tourists.
Passengers departing from the country they must pay a fee per stay & permission for underage in migration. This fee is according to the duration in the country.
For 30 days - up to 3 months is:
- RD$ 2,500
- US$ 61,00