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Aruba has decades-long, strong partnerships with many major airlines, providing direct flights or easy connections from many major cities across the U.S. and Canada.
All of our Airline partners have put their own stringent safety protocols in place to make sure your journey to Aruba is a safe one.
As travel regains normalcy, Aruba is working closely with the airlines on updating flight schedules. Click to see the most updated flight schedule to Aruba.
Aruba’s health and safety protocols will provide a seamlessly secure, clean experience for visitors at every touchpoint, starting with their arrival at Queen Beatrix Airport. The Aruba Airport Authority has worked with the Department of Public Health and followed World Health Organization guidelines to implement numerous measures such as health screening, temperature checks, on-site medical staff, social distance markers, sanitizer stations, additional shields and safeguards and more.
Prior to travel, visitors will be required to complete an online Embarkation/Disembarkation card and be approved in order to enter Aruba. The online process will make for less personal contact with your immigration officer.
The Aruban Department of Public Heath has also created the Aruba Health App. A handy mobile resource for visitors to see which businesses have the Aruba Health & Happiness Code certification.
Also, when leaving Aruba, travelers go through U.S. customs in Aruba, which means no customs lines or crowds when you land in the U.S.
Aruba also has relationships with many tour operators, travel agents and agencies that have earned the Aruba Certified Expert (ACE) certification. They have deep knowledge of Aruba and can tailor an affordable escape to Aruba just for you.
Find great deals by booking with one of Aruba’s trusted Tour Operators, or book directly with our Aruba’s Hotels and Resorts.