Aruba Airlines is an air carrier headquartered in Oranjestad, Aruba. It was founded in the year 2006. The airline commenced charter services with a seven-seat Piper PA-31 Navajo in 2010. Aruba Airlines flights fly to only four destinations.
Early 2011, Aruba was bought by new investors. Association with the new investors led to operations upgrade to jet equipment. It was in the year 2012 that the company was given an economic Airline Operation Certificate. This development had the airline taking two Airbus A320 twin-engined 150-seat jet airliners on lease. The first of the two Airbus A320 landed in Aruba in November 2012. By the end of 2012, the new airplanes began charter services from Aruba. On March 31, 2013, scheduled operations of the new aircraft started with Maracaibo, as its final destination. Also, flights to Panama City commenced on July 5 the same year.
Majority of the passengers who have been aboard Aruba Airlines flights have rated the services provided on board as excellent.
Aruba Airlines is responsible for effective handling and transportation of the baggage.
One doesn’t have to worry if his/her kid is traveling unaccompanied with Aruba Airlines. Safe transportation of the minors is the responsibility of the airline.
Connectivity and Fleet Size
Make Aruba Airlines reservations to fly to Miami, Maracaibo, Valencia and Oranjestad through daily flights.
As of July 2016, Aruba Airlines fleet consists of one Airbus A319-100 and three Airbus A320-200 in service and orders have been placed for two Embraer ERJ 145.
Carry-on Baggage: The economy class and business class flyers flying with Aruba Airlines can carry only one carry-on bag with a maximum weight of 17 lbs. The maximum permitted dimensions of the carry-on bag should not exceed 9 x 15.5 x 21.5 inches including the wheels and handles.
Checked Baggage: The Economy Class flyers are permitted to carry two pieces checked baggage. The maximum weight of each piece of bag must not exceed 50 lbs. for each baggage and the maximum dimensions of the check-in baggage should not 62 inches including the wheels and handles.
The Business Class flyers are permitted to carry three pieces of baggage weighing not over 50 lbs. each.
Please note that airlines at their sole discretion can update baggage allowances at any time.