Aruba Airport Guide to Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA)

Aruba Airport Terminal

Queen Beatrix International Airport is the main international airport in Aruba in the Dutch Caribbean, handling both international services worldwide and seasonal holiday charter flights.

Aruba Airport Terminal building consists of a couple of levels:

Ground level

This is the Arrivals and Check-in level. Find separate check-in facilities for US passengers, baggage claim area and Immigration counters. 

After clearing security, passengers are split into US Departures and Non US Departures, heading to the first floor where boarding gates are located.

Services and amenities have its own area: Information desk, toilets, mobile phones, ATMs, meditation rooms, shops and restaurants, public telephones, smoking areas.

Access to the upper level by stairs, escalators and lifts.

Find also transportation options (taxi, bus and car rental counters).

 

First level

This is the Departures level. Find in this level boarding gates 1-8.

Services: Shops and restaurants, public phones, smoking area, toilets, ATMs, VIP lounge, vending machines, meditation room. 

 

Services

-ATMs
-Free Wi-Fi
-Currency exchange
-Duty free stores
-Vending machines
-Public telephones
-Shops and Restaurants
-Information desk
-Luggage wrapping
-Slot Machines
-Sculpture Garden
-Meditation rooms
-Smoking area

See more Services here.

Lounges

International VIP Lounge (Gate 8): Main Terminal, Departures, Gate 8. 06:30h-20:00h, 11:00h-17:00h. Services: Snacks, Alcoholic drinks, Flight monitors, Wi-Fi, Newspapers, Magazines, TV, Children’s area. Please note it is a non-smoking facility.

 

Attractions

In the US Plaza there is the Sculpture Garden, a series of sculptures (7) currently on display.