Air service resumed at San Juan, Puerto Rico’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU) Sept. 24, with nearly 100 total arrivals and departures including military and relief operations, according to FAA. The agency is supporting more than a dozen commercial passenger flights per day at the airport, which was battered extensively by Hurricane Maria last week, and said it has “implemented a slot reservation system to manage the demand for ramp space at the ...

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