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|Aruba International Airport|
|The Queen Beatrix International Airport sets on the beautiful, tropical island of Aruba in the town of Oranjestad. The airport is named for the island’s former head of state, Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands.|
|About Aruba Airport|
The airport’s assigned Air Transport Association code is AUA. The airport is located on the scenic eastern most coast of the bustling, resort island. Aruba is primarily a vacation destination and the Queen Beatrix International Airport servers numerous carriers and destinations. AUA serves as a major hub for Insel and Tiara airlines. The island’s International destinations include major cities in the United States, Canada, South America, Europe and the Caribbean islands. The Queen Beatrix International Airport also offers the convenience of United States Border Pre-clearance facilities.
The Queen Beatrix International Airport is the 8th busiest airport in the Caribbean with over 2 million passengers served annually. More than half of the total passengers are US bound. The airport also provides service for numerous charter and cargo carriers as well as commercial passenger traffic.
AUA relies on a single terminal to service all passenger flights. Though smaller than most international terminals, the Queen Beatrix International Airport offers a beautiful, modern terminal with all the amenities international travelers are familiar with. The airport offers a paid Wi-Fi service and standard ground transportation options are available.
Hotels near AUA
With over 50 luxury and budget friendly hotels and resorts near the airport, the traveler has a bevy of options from which to choose. Some popular choices include: the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, the Radisson Aruba Resort, Casino & Spa, Holiday Inn Resort Aruba – Beach Resort and Casino, Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort and the Ritz-Carlton.
The airport also offers abundant food and beverage choices including fast food, coffee shops and lounges. Among many shopping choices within the airport are souvenir stores, a bookstore/magazine stand as well liquor and tobacco store.
The Queen Beatrix International Airport also boasts several unique features such as a meditation room and a sculpture garden that are sure to calm the nerves of even the most anxious passengers.
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