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With an impressive number of flights providing service to the island daily, Aruba is easier to reach than ever.
Served by a number of regional and international carriers, Aruba enjoys over 100 direct flights every week from 14 North American gateways along with a seasonal weekly direct flight from London and one-stop connections via Amsterdam. In just four hours from New York City and two and a half from Miami, you can be at Aruba’s airport, breathing in the tropical air as you breeze through immigration and customs. Aruba also enjoys international flights from European and Latin American countries, including Holland, the United Kingdom, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Argentina and Brazil.
Immediately upon your arrival at our beautiful island, we know you’ll be impressed. A multimillion-dollar renovation and expansion project has established our Queen Beatrix International Airport as a truly beautiful state-of-the-art hub in the Caribbean. U.S.-bound passengers benefit from their own terminal building housing a U.S. pre-clearance facility, allowing flights from Aruba to enter the U.S. as domestic flights for greater convenience.
*The airport tax (Passenger Facility Charge, or PFC) is $37.50 for flights to the U.S. and $34.25 for all non-U.S. flights, and the transfer charge is $3. For North American flights and most Latin American flights, the PFC is included in the airline ticket. Local airlines charge at the counter at the airport.
Getting to the One happy island is very simple. With so many direct flights to Aruba, the chances are you will find some flights to Aruba departing from a city near you. It’s as simple as purchasing your plane tickets to Aruba, packing a bag and taking off! Keep an eye on airline websites in order to get some of the cheapest flights to Aruba.