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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What airlines fly to Aruba?

American Airlines, United Airlines, Euroairlines, Delta, Wingo, Avianca, and TUI Fly are some of the airlines that operate to and from Aruba Airport. Discover all airlines flying to and from AUA Airport here.

2. What cities fly directly to Aruba?

Boston, Curacao, Miami, Punta Cana, Medellin, and Toronto are among the 32 cities worldwide that have direct flights to Aruba. You can find the complete list of cities with direct flights to Aruba Airport here.

3. What airport do you fly into for Aruba?

You fly into Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA) when traveling to Aruba. It is located in the capital city of Orjanestad and is just 3 miles from downtown. You can reach there in 10 minutes by taxi, renting a car, or arranging a private transfer.

4. When should I book a flight to Aruba?

Aruba is a popular tourist destination with over 2 million visitors every year. Therefore, we recommend booking your flight to Aruba at least 4 to 6 months in advance to secure the best deals.

5. How early should you arrive to Aruba Airport?

You should arrive at Aruba Airport at least three hours before your scheduled departure if you’re flying to the United States due to the full Pre-clearance services provided. For other destinations, the recommended check-in time varies from two to three hours before departure. Aruba Airport has two VIP lounges where you can relax before your flight.

6. What are the cheapest months to fly to Aruba?

The cheapest months to fly to Aruba are typically September and October. This period marks the low season, extending from September through mid-December. However, prices for flights to Aruba can also vary based on factors such as the departure airport, departure time, and the airline you choose. You can check the exact prices above.