Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) since the start of the crisis has been in close contact with all airline partners and stakeholders who were affected due to the global impact on air travel. AAA will continue to communicate with transparency by providing general updates on the destination and air service as AAA continues to actively evaluate re-opening strategies. As tourism is the lifeline of Aruba’s economy, AAA will continue to play an integral part of the Economic Recovery process.
All eyes are turned towards the aviation industry as to when we can all take to the skies again. On May 8th, the Government of Aruba announced that the borders will tentatively be re-opening for inbound travel between June 15 and July 1, 2020. Of course, this will come with an extensive implementation of stringent health and safety protocols which are already well underway on island amongst all industry partners.
Here is the updated break down on an airline-by-airline case, focusing on level of service (tentative).