Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport wins awards in 2017. The One Happy Island is proud of the hard work (and pay off) of their crew and service team members. The Airports Council International (ACI) Airport Service Quality Awards ceremony is where the magic happened, but do you know what the airport was awarded for?Continue reading "%s"
A four year, $200 million plan to increase capacity at the Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba was given the go-ahead by the Aruba Airport Authority. The airport will work with US authorities to improve passenger preclearance through the American border checks in the Aruba airport, while also making the facility more sustainable in the process.Continue reading "%s"
Exciting news for avid Aruba travelers coming from the US, JetBlue has just launched a new non-stop route to Aruba! January 4th marks the start of daily non-stop service from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport.Continue reading "%s"
JetBlue’s latest addition to its Fort Lauderdale growth plan includes new daily flights to Aruba beginning the fourth of January 2017. The new flights will leave Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL) at 11:22, and arrive at Reina Beatrix International Airport (AUA) at 15:24, local time. The returning flights from Aruba will depart at 16:20, and arrive at 18:25. These new flights are precisely timed to connect more than 20 evening departures in Florida, adopting JetBlue’s main South Florida hub as the gateway to the Caribbean.Continue reading "%s"
Aruba's Queen Beatrix International Airport decided to expand its use of the Aruba Happy Flow project solution at both arrivals and departure with new Automated Border Control eGates to take further advantage of the potential of the ABC technology. Launched about a year ago, the ABC eGates in operation alongside the Aruba Happy Flow eGates at Arrivals have already processed to date more than 130,000 passengers from 33 different countries.Continue reading "%s"