No. Puerto Rico is approximately 2191 kilometers (1362 miles) east of Mexico; it is approximately the same distance between New York City and Houston, Texas.
New York is 54,556 Square Miles in size. Puerto Rico is 3515 square miles in size. 54,556 / 3515 = 15.52 You can fit 15½ Puerto Ricos into New York State. For reference in size, Puerto Rico is just over double the size of Long Island, New York in square miles.
The distance from New York to Puerto Rico is 1601 miles or 1391 nautical miles. If you were traveling on a cruise ship, at the rate of 35 knots, it would take 1day, 15hrs and 44min to reach Puerto Rico. T=D/R (time is equal to the distance divided by the rate) is the formula used to find the answer.
its about 2 or 3 hours
about 1600 miles or a three hour flight
it is about 1603 miles which is about 3 hours to fly there.
Puerto as in Puerto Rico or Puerto Vallarta means port as in Port of New York.
cause a plane go faster when they are going down
No, Puerto Rico is part of the US. If you are American or Puertorican you do not need a passport to go there.
The cost of a flight from New York to Puerto Rico will depend on where in Puerto Rico you want to fly to. For example a flight to San Juan will be around $250 and a flight to Aguadilla will be around $500.
If you need a passport to go from wherever you are to New York or California, then you need a passport to enter Puerto Rico. If you don't need a passport for New York or California, then you don't need a passport for Puerto Rico.
About 4.5 hours.
Not at this time.
Whether you need a passport to go to Puerto Rico depends on where you are going from. Since Puerto Rico is part of the United States, if you need a passport to go from where you are now to New York City or Los Angeles, then you need a passport to go to Puerto Rico.
During Spring and Summer New York and Puerto Rico share the same time zone. But since Puerto Rico does not implement Daylight Savings Time, during Fall Winter there is a one hour difference.
You can bring as many bottles of liquor as you like (and can carry) from Puerto Rico to New York. Puerto Rico is part of the United States and you will not cross a customs border when traveling between those two locations.
Many say, Puerto Rican immigrants to New York City.
yes. you can on a car transporter.
By asia, new York, and Los angeles. Lol
The majority come from Puerto Rico.