AAA proudly participated in the United Nations’ (UN) Global SDG Action Week
Spirit Airlines to increase flight from Fort Lauderdale to Aruba to daily service starting October 2023
ACI LAC Airport Day 2023, catering to the next 100 years of traveling.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. will proudly host ACI LAC Airport Day 2023
The Dutch Caribbean Cooperation of Airports is currently conducting an innovative travel survey focusing on interisland travel within the Dutch Caribbean
100 years of aviation in Aruba celebrated during festivities and events on August 18
Minister van Financiën en Cultuur mw. mr. Xiomara J. Maduro sloeg door middel van een handslag de eerste zilveren herdenkingsmunt.
The eye-catching 10-meter-tall artwork will serve as a commemorative landmark in honor of 100 years of aviation in Aruba.
Our Aviation Business Development unit recently attended the ATA and AHATA annual North America marketing retreat held in New York, USA.
Aruba Airport Authority pioneers expansion into new business segments and markets
Aruba Tourism Authority & Aruba Airport Authority a reuni cu JetBlue
Aruba Airport as part of the Dutch Caribbean Cooperation of Airports (DCCA) reaffirms its commitment to the DCCA objectives.
Winair’s Inaugural Flight to Curacao and Aruba with New ATR-500 Series Aircraft Sets Caribbean Travel Milestone.
Wingo launched its highly anticipated new route that connects Cali, Colombia (CLO) to Aruba.
Celebrating a Century of Aviation Excellence in Aruba.
Last year the Dutch Government presented an intended decision to restrict the number of flight movements at Schiphol Airport to a maximum of 440 thousand per year .
Commemorating 100 Years of Aviation and giving back to the community.
AAA took note of the recent media outings that were published by various local media channels in relation to the positive airlift developments at Aruba Airport.
The Aviation Business Development team of AAA recently attended the first Connect New World conference.
AAA Crisis Management Team together with government agencies held a Tabletop exercise at Bureau Rampen Bestrijding (BRA)
We are proud to announce nonstop service between Aruba Airport (AUA) and Lima, Peru (LIM), starting December 2, 2023.
AAA management gave a presentation to Minister Rob Jetten, Minister of Climate and Energy Policy of the Dutch government about how the air connections between the islands can be improved.
AAA received a visit from members of “Koninklijk Instituut van Ingenieurs” (KIVI) Caribbean for presentations and a tour.
Visit of Royal Schiphol Group’s Director International Kjell Kloosterziel
AAA is excited to announce that it will be working with Mr. Gilbert Senchi, artist of Artopia.
AAA is extremely excited to announce the start of operations by SKY Airline in the second half of 2023 with flights out of South America to Aruba.
A new flight was inaugurated with two destinations
Shaping and implementing the shared vision of the DCCA
As part of AUA Airport’s corporate strategy and commitment to create more sustainable airport operations.
AAA continues to expand their gateways into Colombia.
On March 15, 2020 the Government announced a complete “Lockdown” for all international incoming passengers starting mid-night tomorrow (16th to the 17th), ending on the 31st of March 2020. Read more...
Wingo is an important and valuable partner for Aruba Airport.
AUA Airport welcomed Jetair’s inaugural flight from Bonaire.
What Aruba Airport is Doing - click for more information.
AAA hosted Minister Oduber’s visit to the construction site of the Gateway 2030 project at the airport
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. welcomed the British Airways Operations team to Aruba Airport.
Copa Airlines was the front-runner for 2019 at Aruba Airport with an OTP of 93%.
Aruba Airport, is proud to announce additional flights to and from Aruba.
Almost full recovery of 2019 traffic numbers reached
Valuable knowledge and insights gained on sustainable aviation efforts
Starting January 1st, 2023
Memorandum of Understanding signed between Dutch Caribbean islands, and The Netherlands.
Aruba Airport is committed to create more sustainable airport operations.
Aruba Airport kicked off 2020 with a successful Super Weekend processing a total of 24,627 passengers in and out of the airport and handled 111 flight movements.
Historical 1st electric flight in the greater Caribbean region
DCCA’s 1st International Sustainable Air Transportation event
The World Routes event is the highlight of the year!
Exemplifying the close relationship between KLM and Aruba Airport.
Wingo continues to spread its wings
November 7-11, 2022 - International Sustainable Air Transportation Event
Temporary elimination of “Passenger Flow Control” at Check-in for US-Bound Passengers.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) is proud to announce their most recent step into the future with the introduction of an online digital recruitment portal.
Starting September 16 2022
Click to open the Summer Flight Schedule, 2019
AAA’s Wings of Hope organized the 1st SDG 6K Fun Walk & Run 2022
Spotter’s Day Expo by Jean-Pierre Maduro
AAA’s Wings of Hope SDG School Champion Challenge 2022 Winner!
Joost Meijs, CEO of Eindhoven Airport, will start on 1 September 2019 for the Royal Schiphol Group as the CEO of the Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba.
Starting March 2023 with twice weekly operations
The Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) CEO Mr. James Fazio just announced his personal decision to leave the position as CEO of AAA effective at the end of his current employment agreement.
As part of the AAA Wings of Hope’s Education goal
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) is excited to share that 2018 resulted in another successful year in terms of Revenue Generating Passenger (RGP) figures for commercial passengers and flights.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is pleased to announce that they will begin piloting receiptless facial kiosks at AUA Airport.
Delta Airlines adds 2nd weekly frequency from Minneapolis and extends Boston flight to year-round service
AAA in the presence of Minister of Tourism Mr. Dangui Oduber introduced an official logo for the airport.
As of June 24, 2022: Adaptation of Check-in times and introduction of a new Group Color Code
Aruba Airport handled over 25 thousand passengers during
the first weekend of the year “Super Weekend”.
Recovery of 101% in 2nd quarter of 2022 versus 2nd quarter 2019
October 12, Conviasa will start a twice-weekly flight to and from Valencia on Mondays and Fridays.
American Airlines inaugurated direct flights from Dallas and Chicago to Aruba!
As of October 1st, 2022
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. held its annual Safety and Security Week from September 24th through September 28th, 2018.
It was an early Monday morning when AUA Airport welcomed Jetair’s inaugural non-stop service from Curacao to Aruba.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) will be organizing a Construction Fair in an effort to introduce prospective international construction firms to the business community and government leadership.
The event was organized as part of the preparation for the tendering process for the construction of the main terminal expansion, which is scheduled to begin in late February.
Wingo y Sarpa ta agrega tercer frecuencia semanal den Juni 2022
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) proudly announces and anxiously awaits the arrival of two seasonal weekly flights to Aruba.
Aruba Airport is happy with more flights out of the New York area.
AAA officially signed the Financial Closing documents with all the lenders last Monday, October 1, 2018.
Full Load Generator Test to be performed tonight
During awards ceremony in Mauritius:
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. receives top service award
In addition to third place in the best regional airport category
UNESCO Schools Aruba Consortium wins SDG School Champion Challenge 2022
Due to TSA’s revised security measures effective July 19, 2017:
All passengers traveling to the US have to be at the airport 3 hours prior scheduled departure time.
AAA has signed a contract agreement with BEUMER Group for the design and installation of a new high-speed baggage system.
Amidst a new strategy and adjusted organization
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) and Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) are pleased to announce American Airlines’ 3rd daily frequency between Miami and Aruba for the upcoming winter season 2018-2019.
TUI Airways Limited, BY-002 was greeted with water cannon salute at Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix
Recovery of 86% in March 2022 versus 2019
AAA and Grant Thornton Aruba organized a seminar for participating schools.
To cover costs of the modernization and expansion of Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) and Wings of Hope (WoH) are proud to be contributing to the Aruban Community on Earth Day 2022.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. will begin a $7 million rehabilitation project on aircraft parking positions 1 and 2.
Passenger Flow Control” at Check-in for US-Bound Passengers
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) was happy to welcome TUI’s first flight from Brussels, Belgium to Aruba on June 15, 2018.
Recovery of 86% in December 2021 compared to 2019
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) is excited to welcome the arrival of Delta’s non-stop weekly flight from Boston, starting Saturday, June 9th.
To promote Sustainable and Affordable Air Transport between the Dutch Caribbean Islands
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) was very pleased to welcome Surinam Airways’ new 737-700 aircraft to Aruba.
This year, a total of 50 families will receive assistance through food vouchers once a month from January until December 2022
With the addition of Aruba to their existing flight network, the national carrier of St. Maarten Winair will connect the entire Dutch Caribbean.
AAA’s Wings of Hope Energy Champion Competition Winner.
ORANJESTAD - Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) a otorga un contrato di diseño na NACO, Netherlands Airport Consultants.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) welcomed the passengers on board Southwest’s first flight from Fort Lauderdale on March 8, 2018.
One weekly flight out of Dallas, Texas (DFW) and weekly flight out of Chicago, Illinois (ORD) will be operated by American Airlines.
Flow Control at Check-in for US-Bound Passengers.
87% of November 2109 departing passengers recovered in November 2021
In 2021 AAA organized several Sustainability Inspiration Tours
As of Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at AUA Airport
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. hosts a press conference for SARPA
AUA Airport welcomed additional service out of Miami
AAA is proud to announce that Frontier Airlines will start operating to Aruba November 2021.
84% of October 2109 departing passengers recovered in October
77% of September 2109 departing passengers recovered in September 2021
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) recently held its annual Relations Party and used the opportunity to say...
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) was very pleased to welcome the passengers on board Sun Country’s inaugural flight.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) employees present at the airport were pleased to welcome yet another direct flight offered by Delta.
AAA finalized a lease and concession agreement with W Aviation FBO Aruba N.V. (i.o) (W Aviation Auba). The new operator will start managing and operating the FBO/GA terminal at Aeropuerto Internactional Reina Beatrix as of January 1, 2018.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) kicked off 2018 on a positive note considering the amount of passengers and airplane movements handled in the first weekend of 2016, known as “Super Weekend”.
Beginning this week U.S. Customs and Border Protection (U.S. CBP) has initiated a pilot of their biometrics program at Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport (Aruba Airport).
In 2021 families, students, and key partners receive sustainable help from Wings of Hope.
AUA Airport and the JetBlue Airways team celebrated with a cake and snacks, JetBlue's 15th "Blueversary" (anniversary) operating into Aruba.
AAA recently held its annual Relations Party and used the opportunity to say thank you to all of its partners for continuing to make the airport successful.
AAA reports as follows on AUA Airport’s performance for August 2021; yet another strong month of recovery versus the same period in 2019.
AAA reports as follows on AUA Airport’s performance for July 2021 where the strongest recovery yet has been recorded since the pandemic.
AAA, Total Services, and Ecotech collaborate on efforts to achieve sustainable Waste Management for AUA Airport
AAA “Wings of Hope” (WoH) proudly donated a total of 175 school supplies and uniform vouchers to the Directorate of Social Affairs (DSZ)
AAA "Wings of Hope" is proud to announce that Colegio Cristo Rey is the official winner of the 1st ever Energy Champion Competition.
AAA is excited to share some recent updates on the air travel schedules for the coming winter season.
Panda Express, Freshii and Wineport; the newest F&B outlets at the airport.
AAA can report on AUA Airport’s performance for June 2021, another month of solid recovery since the pandemic hit back in March 2020.
As part of the airport’s corporate strategy to be the most sustainable airport in the region AUA Airport receives Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 2
Effective 23 March 2020 up to and including 31 March 2020, it is prohibited to transport passengers by air to Aruba who are not legal residents of Aruba.
AUA Airport’s air seat capacity climb continues as airlines continue to build summer network to meet growing demand
AUA Airport recovered 65% of 2019 departing passenger amounts during April and May of 2021
Cooperation Agreement signed between all Caribbean Airports within Kingdom of the Netherlands.
During the months of March and April 2021 a large majority of staff members received their vaccination against Covid 19.
AAA is about to start its major redevelopment project "Gateway 2030" designed to address some of Queen Beatrix International Airport’s capacity constraints, customer experience, and sustainability.
The Aruba sun is shining bright as more capacity is put in by the airlines the coming months.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) in the presence of the Minister of Justice Mr. Arthur Dowers together with...
Aruba in partnership with JetBlue Airways and The Commons Project launch the "CommonPass" with Boston passengers traveling to Aruba.
50 years ago, today on March 3, 1971 American Airlines launched its first ever service to Aruba.
Aruba reopened its borders on December 1st, 2020 to visitors from Latin America, Central America and Caribbean islands, except for Venezuela.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines delivers first COVID-19 vaccines to Aruba.
Airlift remains in place from Colombia and Panama
Revenue Generating Passenger amounts increased compared to November 2020
Updated four-year outlook for traffic recovery at AUA Airport
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) in collaboration with Directorate of Social Affairs (DSZ) donated a total of 172 toys.
In November 31,431 Revenue Generating Passengers (RGPs) travelled out of the Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA Airport) to the various markets.
Tur anja tin 1 siman cu ta wordo dedica na e aspecto di â€œSafetyâ€ na Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix y Aruba Airport...
Direct flights between Newark and Aruba are now possible with JetBlue
Revenue Generating Passenger amounts increased compared to September 2020
The covenant aims to develop joint activities and foster collaboration in the fields of education, research, service to society and exchange opportunities.
217 Students received new school supplies.
Today, AAA forecasts to finish 2020 with 473,315 RGPs which is 63% less than 2019 and 63% less than what was forecasted before the COVID pandemic.
Based on the latest insights it is expected that AUA Airport will end up with a 37% - 40% traffic recovery for total departures by the end of 2020.
In September, the third month of operations after the lockdown, 16,818 Revenue Generating Passengers (RGPs) travelled out.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will introduce Simplified Arrival (SA) at Aruba Airport (AUA) starting September 21
AAA received the wonderful news today that JetBlue Airways will launch a new route out of Newark (EWR), daily, starting November 19, 2020.
Revenue Generating Passenger amounts increased compared to July 2020
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) is satisfied about Winter Season 2016-2017 as the forecast...
In July, the first month of operations after the lockdown, a total of 11,176 Revenue Generating Passengers (RGPs) travelled out.
As of August 17, 2020, payment of fees to Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) will only be possible by means of debit cards, credit cards and bank transfers.
Accreditation of Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix (AUA Airport) in Level 1 Mapping - Carbon Footprint Measurement.
The flight schedules remains highly subject to change given the rapidly evolving events caused by Covid-19.
AUA Airport recording its first significant traffic numbers since the corona crisis halted commercial operations after March 28, 2020
AUA Airport welcomes you back safely. Learn more about our new guidelines in place for when you visit.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. supports 70 families that due to the current crisis are in great need.
There’s tremendous hope as we look forward and see light at the end of the tunnel.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA), has started preparing for a possible restart. The restart of a regular airport operation depends on several factors.
AAA ta anula 2 luna di tarifa pa Taxistanan y esnan cu tin Car Pass na aeropuerto.
Siman pasa a drenta e noticia alentador cu Aeropuerto di Aruba ta nomina pa â€World Routes Marketing Award 2016â€.
The North American market is expected to surpass for the second time in Aruba Airport’s history the one million seat capacity mark with a busy winter season ahead.
Reminder for all airport users who currently park in the “wild parking areas”.
2nd annual fun and friendly competition for airline and ground handlers.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) in collaboration with EPI Hospitality & Tourism Unit held the 1st Aviation Cake Baking Competition.
The Directorate of Civil Aviation of Aruba recently approved a Letter of Acceptance, for recognition of Schiphol Airport’s level of security.
Joost Meijs officially took over the CEO position at Aruba Airport Authority N.V.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) was delighted to host the Southwest Airlines’ staff with e breakfast celebration in honor of Southwest Airlines’ 5th anniversary providing roundtrip service to Aruba.
The purpose of the 2 sessions was to raise awareness on Active Shooter incidents and to equip participants with tips and advise on how to survive such an incident.
AAA was pleased to welcome American’s newly launched Saturday service between Queen Beatrix International Airport, Aruba and La Guardia Airport, New York.
Aruba Airport Authority N.V. together with its project partners have finalized the design and tender documents for the main terminal construction, and completed the prequalification for the contract bids.
AUA Airport is getting ready to welcome the inaugural flight: