Aruba Airport Information
A large variety of airlines connect Aruba's Reina Beatrix Airport to the rest of
the world with scheduled and chartered flights. Most airlines have local offices
or handling agents. This page contains local contact information and links to
the website of most airlines serving our airport.
Live Arrival Times
Meeting or coming round for somebody arriving at our airport today? You can
check the actual times of arriving flights on this page.
Live Departure Times
Departing from our airport today? On this page you can find your flight's
check-in desk and gate. And ofcourse the actual time your flight leaves.
This section contains information on baggage and carry-on regulations. Also tips
on how to prepare yourself for your flight and the airport security checks. Our
passengers flying towards the USA have to comply with Homeland Security
Regulations (TSA). This section also provides links to their website.
The Queen Beatrix International Airport
The project to create a massive, state-of-the-art airport in Aruba was
affectionately dubbed "The Beatrix 2000 Project." It was designed to provide
facilities that will accommodate passenger processing requirements including
U.S. Customs and Immigration pre-clearance facilities, concession facilities,
parking and roads and associated utility systems.
The new Queen Beatrix International Airport features the following amenities:
- U.S. bound passenger terminal building with 42 check-in counters and U.S.
Customs and Immigration pre-clearance facilities (FIS).
- International (non U.S. - bound) passenger terminal building with 24 check in
- Airline ticket sales offices.
- Three-level concourses with airline operational space and one "remote" holding
room at ground level, eight passenger boarding bridges with lounges at the
second level and immigration corridor for arriving passengers at the third
- Existing terminal building remodeled to form a new arrivals only hall with
Aruba immigration and customs, airport administrative offices and external
ticket sales offices.
- Flight information display system (FIDS) and terminal signage.
- New and expanded baggage handling systems for both outbound and inbound
- Water cooling plant housing A/C chillers for entire terminal complex.
- Walkway and garden facilities between the existing and the terminal buildings
- New power house with emergency standby generators.
- New terminal access road and improved bus/taxi parking facilities.
- New automated aircraft parking system.
- New security system
- New fire protection system
- New water tank for portable water and fire fighting and pumping systems
- New sanitary system
Capability of New Terminals
The terminal has been designed for the year 2010's
This caters for:
- Total annual passengers 2, 600,000
- Peak hour arriving passenger 1,260
- Peak hour departing passengers 1,470
- Peak hour U.S. pre-clearance passenger 800
- Peak hour non U.S. passenger 670