San Juan is easily accessible to visitors with its main airport, the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, located in Isla Verde. Delegates can fly into the major hubs in the United States including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. which offer daily non-stop service to San Juan. Some of the airlines serving Puerto Rico include American, Continental, Delta, JetBlue, Spirit, USAir, United, Northwest, Iberia, Copa Airlines, Air Tran, Air Canada, Cape Air, Condor, British Airways, LIAT and soon to come Condor. American Airlines has made San Juan its hub for all flights to other Caribbean destinations.
SKYTEAM is our official carrier and offers attractive airfares for participants. SKYTEAM comprises 15 leading international airlines: Aeroflot, Aeromexico, Air Europa, Air France, Alitalia, China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, CSA Czech Airlines, Delta, Kenya Airways, KLM, Korean Air, Tarom and Vietnam Airlines serving more than 900 destinations in 173 countries with more than 14,500 flights daily.
Delegates arriving on October 19-21 in San Juan should report to the ICCA Welcome Desk. Local shuttle services will be organised to transfer these delegates to their hotels.
For delegates leaving on October 25, local shuttle services from the hotels will be organised to transfer them to the Airport.
- Please note
To organise shuttle transfers, it is important that delegates clearly indicate their arrival and departure dates during the registration process.
The Convention Center does not have a warehouse and will not receive any package to their facilities. All shipments have to be taken there on the show set up dates. Should the Convention Center receive anything, the standard procedure is to refuse the package in which case it will be returned to the sender.
Show Name: ICCA 2012
To: Your Company Name & Booth # or Area
IMS Inc. /ABF Freight Systems
Road # 165 Km 2.4
US Foreign Trade Zone - Building # 7
Guaynabo, P.R. 00965
The price is $50.00 per 100 lbs. which includes: receiving, consolidating, delivering, storage empties, return of same and load out at close of show.
Taxis, buses and car rentals offer visitors convenient ground transportation. Taxis are a good and fairly inexpensive way of getting around Puerto Rico. Easily identifiable "Taxi Turístico" or tourist taxis operate on a fare-zone basis among the airport or cruise ship pier and designated tourist zones that include the San Juan resorts and Old San Juan. All other times they are hired on a metered basis or rented on an hourly rate. You can either wave one down on the street or call one by phone and they'll take you anywhere in Puerto Rico.
If the heat or the steep hills of Old San Juan get the better of you, the Old San Juan Trolley Tour is there to save you. With its distinctively antique-looking cars, the trolley is a great way to move around Old San Juan without breaking a sweat or your piggybank, since it's free of charge.
To benefit from these special offers, visit www.SkyTeam.com/GlobalMeetings and enter your Event code, which you will receive in your confirmation email.