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Buy JetBlue Flights to Aruba


Book JetBlue flights to & from Aruba

Aruba is a Caribbean island country and one of the best beach vacation destinations in the world. Sun, sea, and sand — Aruba has it in abundance.

If you're looking to visit Aruba for your next vacation, you can easily fly there from the US with lots of popular US airlines, including American Airlines, Delta, United — and of course, JetBlue! As a leading low-cost carrier, you may find that JetBlue offers some of the cheapest airfare when flying to Aruba.

You can search, compare and book flights with any airline (including JetBlue!) that flies to Aruba using the search form at the top of the page. If you book through Alternative Airlines, you can also spread the cost with one of our 'book now, pay later' payment plan options (including PayPal Credit, Klarna, Affirm, Zip and Afterpay).

Flying to and from the US to Aruba with JetBlue Airways

To visit Aruba, fly to Queen Beatrix International Airport, the primary international airport serving the island. JetBlue flies to Queen Beatrix International Airport ​from the following US cities: Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Newark and New York.

Queen Beatrix International Airport

Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA) is an international airport located in Oranjestad, the capital and largest city in Aruba. The airport has regular daily services to the US and Canada, as well as several countries in the Caribbean, South America, and some some parts of Europe — with a focus on the Netherlands.

Popular routes

JetBlue operates direct connections to/from Queen Beatrix International Airport to/from cities across the US, including:

  • Aruba (AUA) ➡ Newark (CUN)
  • Aruba (AUA) ➡ Boston (BOS)
  • Aruba (AUA) ➡ New York (EWR)

If you're flying from a smaller city or somewhere that JetBlue doesn't fly to directly, you'll can get a connecting flight with a layover at one of the airports that JetBlue does to Aruba from.

All US Destinations

In the table below is a list of all destinations in the US that JetBlue operates direct flights to/from Aruba.

  • Massachusetts, Boston, Logan International Airport, BOS
  • Florida, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport, FLL
  • New Jersey, Newark, Newark Liberty International Airport, EWR
  • New York, New York, John F. Kennedy Airport, JFK
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Flying to and from Aruba on JetBlue Airways from outside the US

Unfortunately, JetBlue only operates flights to Aruba from the US. If you're travelling to Aruba from outside the US and want to fly directly, you'll need to fly with an alternative airline. Or you can take a connecting flight to Aruba with JetBlue from one of the US airports above, such as New York or Newark.

Use our search form at the top of the page to search for flights to Aruba from anywhere in the world. Compare and book flights with hundreds of airlines.

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Can I book JetBlue flights to Aruba on finance?

Yes, you can ...when you book your flights through Alternative Airlines! We offer lots of payment plan options, including Klarna, Affirm, Zip and Afterpay. You can spread the cost of your JetBlue flights over a fixed number of weekly or monthly instalments. Not only can you choose a payment plan option when you book flights with JetBlue, but any of the 600+ airlines that we ticket.


How can I book cheap flights to Aruba?

Alternative Airlines can help you book affordable flights to Aruba. When you search for flights, you can use our 'cheapest flights' filter to prioritise the search results by the cheapest flight prices, based on your selected dates.

To help make flying even more affordable, and to help you manage your spending, here at Alternative Airlines we also offer lots of payment plan options. So whether you're flying with JetBlue or any other airline, there's no need to pay the full cost of your flights upfront. Instead, select one of our payment plan options to spread the cost of your flights over time. This can make your flights to JetBlue much more affordable in the long-term, by splitting the cost of your flights over weekly or monthly payments.

Are flights to Aruba on JetBlue direct?

From the US, JetBlue operates lots of direct flights to Aruba. Fly directly to Aruba from the following cities: Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Newark and New York.

Why can't I find JetBlue flights to Aruba on your site?

If you haven't been able to find JetBlue flights to Aruba, this is either because JetBlue doesn't operate the route you're searching for, or that the airline doesn't operate flights on your chosen travel dates. If you want to fly with JetBlue, try searching for flights on a different day. Or, perhaps consider flying with one of the alternative airlines available.

How do I book flights to Aruba with JetBlue at Alternative Airlines?

It's quick and easy to book flights to Aruba through Alternative Airlines. Begin by using the search form at the top of the page — simply enter 'Aruba' as your arrival airport, your departure airport, and date of travel. Once you press 'search', we'll show you all the flight results. Then you can compare flight times and airlines, and select your preferred flights.

Top Tip: Use our airline filter to only view the flights available with your preferred airline (JetBlue, for example).

Which other airlines offer direct flights to Aruba?

There are lots of other airlines that fly to Aruba! From the US, other airlines include: American AirlinesSouthwestSpiritUnited Airlines and Delta.

Airlines that fly to Aruba from international destinations outside the US include: Air CanadaCopa AirlinesKlmTui Netherlands, and WestJet.

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