Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Aruba International Airport Inaugurates Extension of Aruba Happy Flow

Passengers are already clearing immigration through the newly expanded Automated Border Control solution with more state-of-the-art eGates serving both Arrivals and Departures

(TRAVPR.COM) PORTUGAL - January 19th, 2016 - Aruba, January 18, 2016– Passengers traveling through Queen Beatrix International Airport (Aruba Airport) have surely noticed great changes in the last months. It has been almost a year since Aruba Happy Flow pilot project, the first 100% self-service passenger flow ever, has been operational at the Airport, with extremely positive results: passengers from 28 different countries have already testified this unique contactless experience, responsible for a fast and convenient passenger processing, decreased waiting times and certainly a more relaxed journey for passengers.

Best Aruba Beaches for Families

Aruba Bound

Link: Best Aruba Beaches for Families. From a long-time fan of Aruba- reviews of the best Aruba beaches for families: Palm Beach, Eagle Beach and Baby Beach.

Friday, March 25, 2016

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

50 top packing tips

Aruba Bound

Confused about baggage rules? Or just hopelessly disorganised at packing? Maggie O'Sullivan helps get you started

Friday, March 18, 2016

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Zika virus infection – Netherlands - Bonaire and Aruba

Link: Zika virus infection – Netherlands - Bonaire and Aruba: World Health Organization

Between 15 and 16 February 2016, WHO was notified of the first autochthonous cases of Zika virus infection on the islands of Bonaire and Aruba. These islands are part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and are situated in the southern part of the Caribbean region, just north of the Venezuelan coast.

On 16 February, IHR NFP for the Netherlands notified WHO of the first four autochthonous cases of Zika virus on the island of Aruba. The cases include three resident islanders and a tourist. All cases were confirmed by RT-PCR on 15 February.

An additional seven cases of Zika virus infection have been identified in Aruba. These reported cases acquired the infection in Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela.

In the continental part of the Netherlands, to date, 24 imported cases of Zika virus infection have been confirmed. All patients were diagnosed following a visit to Suriname or Aruba. All diagnoses were made by RT-PCR.