Aruba’s well-connected airport serves as a strategic gateway for businesses and investors looking to establish a presence in the region. The availability of direct flights to major cities in the US ensures easy access to one of the world’s largest economies, facilitating trade and fostering economic growth. Likewise, the connectivity to Latin American cities opens doors to emerging markets, presenting vast untapped potential for growth and expansion.
Improved Connectivity with Latin America
Latin America is a rapidly growing region with substantial market potential. Aruba enables businesses to engage with these emerging markets efficiently and cost-effectively by offering direct flights to major Latin American cities. Flights to Bogota, Cali, Barranquilla, Cartagena, and Medellin in Colombia and flights to Panama make it easy and affordable for business travel to and from these Latin American countries. This connectivity opens doors for new investment opportunities, collaborations, and cultural exchanges between these countries.
New Routes with LATAM Airlines
Starting in December this year, LATAM Airlines plans to start direct flights between Aruba and Lima, Peru, which adds another valuable link to the region. The introduction of three weekly flights will further strengthen Aruba’s position as a gateway to South America. The flights will enhance supplies from South America, boosting commerce and fostering economic ties between Aruba and Peru.
Enhancing Connectivity and Prosperity
Aruba’s commitment to enhancing flight connectivity is a testament to its dedication to fostering economic prosperity and global partnerships. The island’s international airport continues to evolve as a crucial hub for international trade, tourism, and investment.