Aruba Queen Beatrix (AUA) Airport

Aruba Queen Beatrix AUA Airport Overview

Aruba Queen Beatrix International Airport AUA - or 'Aeropuerto Internactional Reina Beatrix' - is located on the beautiful Caribbean Island of Aruba, and named after its former reigning queen. 
With over 1million passengers yearly, Queen Beatrix Airport is served by many international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe, and by seasonal charters.

The terminal complex - with separate buildings arranged under one roof - offers free internet, food & drink and retail concessions, duty-free, & lost & found:
The ground level  is for both check-in & arrivals areas. It  houses check-in facilities for US bound and non-US bound passengers, and a walkway to the concession area. The arrivals hall/ baggage claim area is located in the center and has a duty-free pickup/dropoff, a baggage dropoff, a secondary security screening & the Baggage Relaim Area and US Homeland Security (leading to the US-bound check-in terminal). This level also has F&B Vending machines and telephone card machines. After passing the security checkpoint, escalators take you up to the first floor.
The first level houses a meditation room, F&B vending machine, gift & magazine shop, A VIP lounge for non-US bound passengers, and an American Airlines VIP lounge, and has access to the gate area with gates 1 - 8.
For passenger pickup/ dropoff, you may use the loading zone in front of the terminal for quick discharge of  passenger & luggage.
The Parking lot is within walking distance of the terminal complex. Fees must be paid in Aruban Florins.
Rental Car agencies are located in the xmall buildings across from the arrivals terminal - clearly marked.




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