Getting To Aruba
Entry Requirements
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Getting To & Around Aruba

Immediately upon your arrival to our beautiful island, we know you’ll be impressed. The state-of-the-art Aruba Airport is the result of a multimillion-dollar renovation and expansion project that has established our Queen Beatrix International Airport as a hub in the Caribbean

Aruba is served by a number of Aruba Airlines and international carriers, and connections can be made to any part of the world, U.S.-bound passengers benefit from their own terminal building that houses a U.S. INS/Customs facility, allowing flights from Aruba to enter the U.S. as domestic flights.

The Aruba Airport has over 100 non-stop flights every week from 14 North US gateways, and one-stop connections from almost every city in the USA and Canada. Aruba also enjoys international flights from European and Latin American countries including Holland, United Kingdom, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Argentina and Brazil to welcome every member of your group. Aruba Airlines fly regionally and internationally.

Our happy island is easy to reach, with direct flights to Aruba on many major airlines from cities in North America. In just four hours from New York City, and two and a half from Miami, you can be at the Aruba Airport, breathing in the tropical air as you breeze through immigration and customs.

Upon departure, flights to the United States are afforded the luxury of departing from a separate terminal, classified as domestic flights, offering your meeting participants the ease of U.S. Customs pre-clearance.

For a list of the Winter 2015-2016 flight schedule please click here.

*The airport tax (Passenger Facility Charge) for flights to the United States is USD $37.50, for all non US flights USD $34.25 and the transfer charge is $3. For North American flights and most Latin American flights, the PFC is charged in the airline ticket. Local airlines charge at the counter at the airport.

Aruba's online Embarkation and Disembarkation (ED) program

In the effort to facilitate your travel to Aruba, the Aruban Immigration Authority in collaboration with the Aruba Tourism Authority offer the first “bon bini” in the form of Aruba’s online Embarkation and Disembarkation (ED) program. This program offers you the opportunity to fill out the ED–card online as a convenient ahead-of-time alternative to the existing ED–card that is handed out on board all flights to Aruba. Just like the existing ED–card, the application of the online ED–card is free of charge.

Before you begin this process, please make sure that you have a valid passport, and an e-mail address that you have access to. You will need to supply information from your passport to successfully complete the online application form. A confirmation of your application will be sent to the provided e-mail address.

For more information go to edcardaruba.aw

Getting Around Aruba

Once on the ground, Aruba offers a wealth of services to keep your meeting participants mobile. Aruba transportation such as public transportation, limousine service, taxis and car rentals give your meeting participants the freedom to roam the 70 square miles of Aruba.

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