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American Airlines Continues to Extend Flight Services to Aruba

American Airlines has announced that on June 8th, 2019 a weekly flight from New York LaGuardia to Aruba Queen Beatrix International will be added to their offered routes. This now makes for six destinations to the “One Happy Island” of Aruba. Existing routes include: Miami – Aruba, Philadelphia – Aruba, Charlotte – Aruba, Dallas –

Airline Travel Tips for Disability Travelers from US to Aruba

Airline Policies and Travel Tips for Disability & Special Needs Travelers Essential Health Supplies Aruba shares tips and guidelines for disability travel for all major Airlines traveling from the United States to Aruba. Travel can be stressful at the best of times, but when you have to factor in a disability, getting from point A

Kicking Off Aruba’s 2018 Caribbean Sea Jazz Festival!

The event organizers of CSJF 2018 are preparing the final details of the amazing annual production. Festivities started during yesterday’s press conference held at the Renaissance Convention Center. Organizer Erik Eman welcomed all of the local and international press & media attendees. Joining him on stage was Spike, singer of Di-Rect, a group especially popular

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort Named Caribbean’s First Certified Carbon Neutral Resort

Proving actions speak louder than words, Aruba’s Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort just became the very first hotel in the Caribbean to achieve carbon neutrality. To be certified as CarbonNeutral®, recognized as a critical element in the resort’s comprehensive sustainability program, the CarbonNeutral® certification follows the CarbonNeutral Protocol and was officially made on August 28,

Aruba Left Devastated After Bubali Bird Sanctuary Catches Fire

During the early morning hours of September 10th, 2018, Bubali Plas, an important bird and biodiversity area, one of four in Aruba, caught fire. The area, consisting of wetlands went up in flames and due to dry weather and island winds it aggressively blazed through the tall grass, shrubs and other vegetation leaving everything in

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