Information current as of 10.00 am Sunday March 22nd 2020.
Charlotte - Aruba suspended from March 26th until May 6th 9 weekly flights
Chicago – Aruba suspended March 28th until May 6th 1 weekly flight
Miami – Aruba: suspended March 17th until May 6th 2 daily flights
New York La Guardia: suspended March 28th until May 6th 1 weekly flight
Delta Air Lines
Service between Boston and Minneapolis/St. Paul to Aruba will suspend starting Sunday, March 22, until winter 2020. The last inbound and outbound flights will operate March 21.
Aruba will operate as exit-only for customers returning to the U.S. starting March 21 through March 25. All service will suspend after that date.
Due to entrance restrictions put forth by foreign governments, JetBlue has suspended service to/from:
United has announced it has suspended flights between Newark, Washington DC and Houston and Aruba for the month of April.
Southwest will suspend all international flights as of Sunday March 22nd until May 4th 2020.
Avianca has announced it will suspend all international flights from Monday March 23rd until April 30th.
Copa Airlines has suspended all flights from Sunday March 22nd until April 30th 2020.
Only residents of Aruba are allowed to disembark in Aruba. For the time being, KLM will continue to fly according to schedule to bring passengers from Aruba to Schiphol.
Westjet has announced it has suspended its international flights from Canada for 30 days commencing March 22nd.
Its flights between Toronto and Aruba are suspended until March 31st
Jim Hepple is an Assistant Professor at the University of Aruba and is Managing Director of Tourism Analytics.