Originally in the 1980ís, Air Aruba would fly to Queen Beatrix International Airport as it was a major hub for the airline but Air Aruba has since gone bankrupt. Tiara Air and other new airlines such as Aruba Airlines have recently come to establish themselves at Arubaís airport. Flying from Queen Beatrix International Airport into the Unites States of America is made easier thanks to immigration facilities allowing passengers to organize their customs papers before boarding.
Without an established, major airline, cheap flights to Aruba are mainly scheduled by the larger American companies including American Airlines, United and US Airways. There are some Aruba cheap flights offered by Delta and JetBlue Airways. With such close connections to established airports in countries such as the United States of America and the Netherlands, passengers flying into Queen Beatrix International Airport can expect a high standard of facilities and amenities that are designed to accommodate for a wide variety of international travelers. The Queen Beatrix international Airport is not large but it has all the basic services you will need.