New York Puerto Plata

Browse round trip flights from New York to Puerto Plata starting as low as $415.34.

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  • 09/21/18 - 09/25/18 New York, United States (LGA)Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (POP)
    Search: USD $ 415.34
  • 09/17/18 - 09/27/18 New York, United States (LGA)Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (POP)
    Search: USD $ 418.11
  • 09/16/18 - 09/27/18 New York, United States (LGA)Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (POP)
    Search: USD $ 418.11
  • 09/22/18 - 09/28/18 New York, United States (LGA)Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (POP)
    Search: USD $ 427.34
  • 10/13/18 - 10/20/18 New York, United States (LGA)Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (POP)
    Search: USD $ 430.11
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About Gregorio Luperon Airport

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, North America

Gregorio Luperón International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional Gregorio Luperón) (IATA: POP, ICAO: MDPP), also known as Puerto Plata Airport, is located in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. It is the Dominican Republic's fourth busiest airport by passenger traffic and aircraft movements, after Punta Cana, Santo Domingo and Santiago de los Caballeros airports. The airport is named after General Gregorio Luperón, a Dominican military and state leader. Capable of handling planes of all sizes, Puerto Plata Airport has benefited from being in an area with many beaches, which are popular among charter airline passengers. The popularity of the city where it is located has also drawn a number of regularly scheduled passenger airlines over the years.

Gregorio Luperón International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional Gregorio Luperón) (IATA: POP, ICAO: MDPP), also known as Puerto Plata Airport, is located in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. It is the Dominican Republic's fourth busiest airport by passenger traffic and aircraft movements, after Punta Cana, Santo Domingo and Santiago de los Caballeros airports. The airport is named after General Gregorio Luperón, a Dominican military and state leader. Capable of handling planes of all sizes, Puerto Plata Airport has benefited from being in an area with many beaches, which are popular among charter airline passengers. The popularity of the city where it is located has also drawn a number of regularly scheduled passenger airlines over the years. [read less]