Queen Beatrix Airport Departures (AUA)

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Destination Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est./Actual Status
Willemstad (CUR) Divi Divi Air 3R279 04:00 Scheduled
New York (EWR) United Airlines UA1029 (1) 04:00 Scheduled
New York (EWR) Air Canada AC4957 04:00 Scheduled
Orlando (MCO) Southwest Airlines WN1641 04:25 Scheduled
Washington (IAD) United Airlines UA1648 04:30 Scheduled
Miami (MIA) American Airlines AA1028 (1) 04:46 Scheduled
Miami (MIA) Qatar Airways QR9437 04:46 Scheduled
Boston (BOS) JetBlue Airways B6274 05:00 Scheduled
Charlotte (CLT) American Airlines AA1346 05:09 Scheduled
New York (EWR) United Airlines UA1043 (2) 05:10 Scheduled
New York (EWR) Air Canada AC3016 05:10 Scheduled
New York (EWR) Air Canada AC3089 05:10 Scheduled
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) Spirit Airlines NK886 05:15 Scheduled
New York (JFK) JetBlue Airways B6558 (1) 05:20 Scheduled
New York (JFK) Qatar Airways QR3815 05:20 Scheduled
Bogota (BOG) Avianca AV8381 05:40 Scheduled
Willemstad (CUR) Divi Divi Air 3R281 05:55 Scheduled
New York (LGA) American Airlines AA541 05:59 Scheduled
Lima (LIM) LATAM Airlines LA2441 06:45 Scheduled
Bonaire (BON) KLM KL765 (1) 07:15 Scheduled
Bonaire (BON) Air France AF8281 07:15 Scheduled
Willemstad (CUR) Divi Divi Air 3R283 07:25 Scheduled

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Flight Departures at Queen Beatrix Airport

Before exiting your transport vehicle at Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba, collect your personal belongings before entering the airport gate.

Additionally, it is ideal for passengers to arrive at the facility at least 90 minutes before their flight schedule or per instruction by the airline carrier.

Parking at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Queen Beatrix International Airport has enough open lot parking spaces for its passengers. However, some spaces can get occupied quickly, depending on the time of day and season.

Please allow plenty of time when traveling with your vehicle to the airport. The facility is open 24/7. See more information about long and short-term parking at Queen Beatrix International Airport.

Transfer Services at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Passengers with outbound flights can get to the airport on a rental car, taxi, rideshare, shuttle, and public bus.

The passenger drop-off area is in front of the airport terminal.

Rental Car Services at Queen Beatrix International Airport

When ready to return your vehicle to the car rental center, remove all personal items before turning over the rented vehicle to the designated facility.

Allow plenty of time for your drive when returning the vehicle. If you’re not sure where to go, give the rental company a call.

When renting a vehicle, customers must abide by the Terms and Conditions of the rental company at all times. See all rental car companies at Queen Beatrix International Airport.

For item(s) lost and found inside the vehicle, please contact the rental car company directly.

For item(s) left on a rental car center, report to the Airport Lost and Found Section at +297 524 24 24.

Ideally, found items will be kept in the Lost Property Office for 30 days.

Ride Shares at Queen Beatrix International Airport

The rideshare service is not provided at this airport.

Taxis at Queen Beatrix International Airport

A typical taxi fare from downtown to the airport would be around US$ 30.00

Taxis will drop off passengers at the designated areas in front of the terminal building.

If you are traveling from outside of the downtown area, please consult your driver for rates. It is not customary to give the driver a tip in Aruba, but it is appreciated for good service.

Keep a record of the cab company, vehicle number, and driver's name in case you leave something behind. More information about taxis at Queen Beatrix International Airport.

Ferries at Queen Beatrix International Airport

There are two major ferry ports in the area: Aruba Cruise Port and De Palm Island Ferry Terminal. From these points, you can reach the airport in less than 20 minutes.

The taxi cost will be less than $30.00 for a 5-kilometer ride. More information about ferry services to and from Aruba Cruise Port and De Palm Island Ferry Terminal.

Buses at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Arubus Aruba provides this service from downtown to the airport for about $3.00.

Buses drop off passengers near the airport terminal. Follow signs for ground transportation to the airport. Further information about buses to and from Queen Beatrix International Airport.

Hotel Shuttle at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Some hotels in the city may provide your party with a shuttle service.

For convenience, please confirm with your local hotel if this service is available in your accommodation.

Shuttles will drop off passengers at designated areas in front of the terminal.

Other Services at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Wi-Fi at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Queen Beatrix International Airport offers complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the terminal building.

ATMs at Queen Beatrix International Airport

There are Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) in the following locations of the airport:

  • Main Concession Area
  • Greeter area.

These machines take Mastercard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. Fees may apply.

Check your bank’s fee schedule and daily withdrawal limit if traveling internationally.

You may also want to notify your bank of your travel plans.

Currency Exchange at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Currency exchange is available at the ground level of the terminal building during the following business hours:

  • 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Monday to Thursday)
  • 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Friday), and
  • 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (Sunday).

Services at the center include selling travelers’ cheques and cash exchanges for local and foreign currencies.

Note: Currency exchange shops and kiosks in airports are not the best places to exchange money.

For the best rates, try a local bank or a bank ATM to make your currency exchanges.

Check if your bank offers foreign ATM fee refunds. Not all currency exchanges charge the same rate.

Additionally, consider withdrawing foreign currency from an ATM at your destination, preferably one that is affiliated with your bank to pay the lowest transaction fees.

Nursing Stations at Queen Beatrix International Airport

It appears that there are no designated areas for nursing mothers or special quarters for families traveling with children at the airport.

Please approach the Information Desk at the airport for assistance.

Restrooms at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Accessible restrooms and regular restrooms are throughout the airport.

Food and Beverages at Queen Beatrix International Airport

There are food and beverages shops throughout the airport terminals. Most food concessions operate on varying schedules.

Shopping at Queen Beatrix International Airport

There are also plenty of restaurants, cafés, and snack bars, which will make waiting for your flight a pleasant and, most importantly, delicious experience.

Smoking at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside the terminals. There are no smoking facilities inside the terminal. When in the facility, please follow smoking regulations at all times

Lost and Found Section at Queen Beatrix International Airport

If you lost an item in any other area at the airport, including the security checkpoints and shuttle buses, please contact the Lost and Found Office at +297 524 2424.

Or you can also complete the Lost and Found process at the Airport Information Desk.

When leaving your details for lost items(s), please include your full name, contact details, phone, email, and a description of the item(s).

The airport will keep all lost and found items for a considerable time of at least 30 days. After said period, the property will be deemed abandoned.

Please talk to the airport representative at the counter.

Ticketing at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Please look for overhead signs pointing in the direction of ticketing areas at the terminals in front of the security checkpoint.

Each airline has its operating hours, but typically, airlines open their ticket counters at least two hours before departure time, even for early morning flights.

Please contact airlines directly for fares, ticket purchases, and flight schedules.

Finally, consider the advantages of booking a flight ahead of time.

All information and ticket purchases can be done directly by the passenger or its representative on the website of your airline.

Information Desk at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Please follow the overhead signs to locate the Information Desk in the lobby.

Information desk officers can help you obtain valuable guidelines on traveling around Aruba.

Pet Relief at Queen Beatrix International Airport

Before deciding to fly a pet from Aruba, please check with the airline about any restrictions or special rules regarding carrying pets onboard a flight.

You must also verify whether any health certificates, documents, and/or quarantine are required in the destination country.

Pets must be carried in containers (kennels) that are strong enough to withstand breaking and prevent escape.

Pet owners have to respect the community rules regarding the movements of pet animals in enclosed public spaces.

All information about the necessary documents needed for your pet may be obtained from your airline.

Disabled Passengers at Queen Beatrix International Airport

This airport in Aruba is fully accessible to passengers with special needs, and wheelchairs are allowed to the gates and aircraft doors.

Travelers with disabilities or medical needs who have questions about the policies or procedures at security checkpoints, please call +297 524 2424.

Additionally, they may notify the airline, travel agent, ticketing agent, flight attendant, or gate agent when carts, wheelchairs, or medical transportation is needed.

Book flights well in advance and call the airline directly to ensure that all disability-related needs will be met.

Politely ask for the name and position of each person you speak with and record this information in case you will need it for reference.

When possible, make arrangements for travel to and from airports, including transportation options to your final destination.

Make these arrangements well in advance to avoid frustration upon arrival and departure.

Arrive at the airport one hour earlier than advised.

This will allow time for accommodations to be made and avoid delays at the security.

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