Delta and Avianca Airlines have recently announced additional flights servicing Aruba. In addition SKY Airline, a Chile-based airline will be launching a brand new route to Aruba. Delta Airlines Delta will be adding a second daily nonstop flight, starting this winter, between Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport. The additional flight is Continue reading "%s"
On Sunday, March 26, 2023, British Airways’ inaugural flight BA2157 departed London Gatwick (LGW) at 10:00 AM and touched down at Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA) at 5:00 PM local time. The brand-new route will operate twice weekly via Antigua on Thursdays and Sundays. The new service operates on a Boeing 777-200 aircraft. This Continue reading "%s"
Several airlines have announced new flight services to Aruba in 2023 allowing more travelers to enjoy the much sought-after sunny destination in the Caribbean. British Airways British Airways has announced its first-ever airline service to Aruba, which is set to launch in March 2023. The airline will be operating flights twice weekly from London’s Gatwick Continue reading "%s"
Every day, thousands of tourists from the US, Netherlands, South America and many other countries, arrive at Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport looking for white beaches, relaxation, fun, and entertainment. Now they may know that this airport on our little island is the first airport in the world to proudly receive a Green Globe certification. Continue reading "%s"
Updated September 8, 2022 – As of September 8, 2022 Aruba's health department has stopped issuing updates related to COVID-19. Read the latest information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is impacting travel to (and life in) Aruba. Continue reading "%s"
The Aruba Tourism Authority in collaboration with stakeholders and the Department of Public Health have just announced the new ‘Aruba Health & Happiness Code’ to be implemented on the island. This new certification program will ensure Aruba’s visitors that the island will uphold the highest health and safety protocols throughout their entire stay. The objective Continue reading "%s"
Starting July 4th, 2019, Winair will kick off their daily flights to and from Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport, as well as more frequent routes to other islands in the Caribbean. The ABC islands as you may, or may not know, consist of three islands, Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. All of which are a part Continue reading "%s"
Starting June 8, 2019 new flights from New York to Aruba will be offered thanks to American Airlines. The flights are set to depart on Saturdays from LaGuardia Airport New York to Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport. Please note that this specific flight route hosts 160 seats per trip. Below you are some of our Continue reading "%s"
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 Continue reading "%s"
Delta Air Lines announced in August 2018 that they will be offering additional airlifts from Boston to Aruba, with weekly Saturday flights, starting December 2018. The flights fly out of Boston Logan International Airport, and arrive at Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport on Saturdays at 1PM. Just in time to welcome your Caribbean winter getaway with Continue reading "%s"
United Airlines, Inc., a U.S.A. airline company headquartered in Chicago, IL, is offering round-trip flight deals starting at $298 U.S. dollars during winter season 2018, when flying from Pittsburgh, PA to the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba. The dates made available for traveling with United Airlines from Pennsylvania’s Steel City to the One Happy Island Continue reading "%s"
Aruba's tourism success is only getting stronger thanks to the growing number of visitors and available flights to the happiest island in the Caribbean! And just this past month new flight services from the United States have been added! Continue reading "%s"
Article written by: Caribbean Journal KLM is expanding its service to the Dutch Caribbean. The air carrier has announced the launch of an additional flight from Amsterdam to Aruba and Bonaire for the season, taking its service to a total of seven weekly frequencies on the route. KLM is also adding two new weekly “circle” Continue reading "%s"