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  1. When I was a child I lived in the Caribbean during the 70’s and 80’s and SJU was a major hub; it was probably more of a hub than Miami airport. They had flights to Europe, US, Latin America and across the Caribbean. In the hub, AA was king. Every other airline had a couple of flights a day while AA seemed to dominate the airport with its flights across the Caribbean and to North America.
    The airport was “open air” and it reminds me of what the old part of HNL is today.

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