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Starting Sunday, April 3, 2022:TUI Fly Belgium will resume weekly seasonal service between Brussels and Aruba

ORANJESTAD – Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA), the company that manages and operates Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA Airport) is very excited to share the following air service announcement:
TUI Fly Belgium will resume weekly seasonal service between Brussel, Belgium (BRU) and Aruba (AUA), starting Sunday, April 3, 2022, until October 23, 2022.


As of April 3, 2022, TUI Fly Belgium will operate its Boeing 787-800 with a capacity of 300 seats, from Brussel via the Dominican Republic to Aruba.
TUI Fly Belgium will offer weekly flights on Sundays that depart from BRU at 9:00 am and arrive in AUA at 3.05 pm, with an estimated travel time of 12hrs and 45 minutes.
TUI Fly is a brand name of TUI Airlines Belgium and is part of the TUI Group, the largest tourism group in the world with its headquarters in Hanover, Germany.


TUI fly works according to a very simple concept: if you are a ‘do-it-yourselfer’, have your accommodation, or travel for professional reasons, you can book a plane ticket and/or a rental car at TUI fly at an attractive price. TUI fly also offers you several additional, optional services, such as insurance against cancellation costs or travel and assistance insurance.
“This is fantastic news, as this service will bring an estimated 4,050 passengers from Belgium to Aruba via the Dominican Republic. We’re grateful that TUI Fly Belgium sees the potential in our destination and has announced that they will resume their seasonal service to Aruba. We look forward to additional service in the future, but in the meantime, we will be happily waiting to welcome the passengers to Aruba,” said AAA CEO Joost Meijs after learning about this exciting news.

Aruba Tourist Channel
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