Aruba Airlines

Aruba Airlines is the flag carrier and the only airline based in Aruba. Founded in 2006, it commenced operations in 2012 with headquarters in Oranjestad. With a fleet size of two aircraft, the airline provides scheduled and charter services to 11 destinations, primarily within the Caribbean and some international routes. It has its primary maintenance base in Miami, USA, and received an Air Operator’s Certificate from the United States in 2015. The airline is owned by Seastar Holding N.V., and its frequent flyer program is called DiviMiles.


As of December 2021, Aruba Airlines operates flights to a variety of destinations including its hub at Queen Beatrix International Airport in Oranjestad, Aruba. Other destinations range from seasonal to charter flights and include cities like Miami, Tampa, Barranquilla, Medellin, Camagüey, Holguín, and more.


As of June 2023, the fleet consists of two aircraft: one Airbus A320-200 and one Airbus A321-200. The Airbus A320-200 has a total seating capacity of 180 passengers, while the Airbus A321-200 has 178 seats, including 20 in the premium class.


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