ARUBA OPEN FOR THE USA! 40 aircraft and around 4 thousand passengers

Aruba Airport Authority N.V.

As of Friday, July 10, 2020: AUA Airport recording its first significant traffic numbers since the corona crisis halted commercial operations after March 28, 2020

ORANJESTAD – Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) is happy to inform that this weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix (AUA Airport) is expecting to handle 40 aircraft and around 4 thousand (4000) passengers at the airport. According to the preliminary received booking numbers, Saturday July 11, 2020 will be the busiest day, with more than 1700 passengers expected on 14 flights.

Friday July 10, 2020
Total amount of flights 13 | Total Expected Passengers 970
– Dutch Caribbean – 7 flights
– United States – 5 flights
– Europe – 1 flight

Saturday July 11, 2020
Total amount of flights 14 |Total Expected Passengers 1738
– Dutch Caribbean – 2 flights
– United States – 10 flights
– Europe – 2 flights

Sunday July 12, 2020
Total amount of flights 13 |Total Expected Passengers 1278
– Dutch Caribbean – 5 flights
– United States – 7 flights
– Europe – 1 flight

AUA Airport has been preparing diligently together with all Government authorities, stakeholders, and partners in order to guarantee a safe and smooth restart of the US operations. AUA Airport looks forward to welcoming all passengers this weekend #AUACleared4Landing.


  • On my way to Newark Airport be there soon

  • Please put me on a subscription list for receiving information on US travel to Aruba. I am anticipating being on a flight to the Island next weekend.

    • Please wear a mask on the flight and in the airport and anytime you go out, we are going to definitely expect for the virus to come back here (also preferably use a reusable mask)

  • ok

  • Looking forward to visiting via Jet Blue from NYC. Please notify me of any changes in arrival policies

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