Aruba Airlines celebrates the incorporation of their fourth aircraft
Celebrating fleet expansion and stable growth
ORANJESTAD - Recently Aruba Airlines celebrated the signing of the contract for the expansion of their fleet with an Airbus A319 to offer customers more options on the South America and North America routes. Aruba Airlines is grateful to the Aruban community and all their customers in general for the fabulous reception, which also enables and facilitates the introduction of their fourth aircraft with the “AG” IATA-code.
“The incorporation of this aircraft in our fleet is symbolic of Aruba Airlines’ solidity, and our commitment to our customers to offer new alternatives, more options and is a component in the planning of our process for stable growth,” Marketing Manager Aruba Airlines Vanessa Camacho said.
The signing of the four-year lease contract for the aircraft took place at Aruba Airlines headquarters in Cumana on June 21. Aruba Airlines is leasing the aircraft from SMBC Aviation Capital Limites.
Aruba Airlines, established on January 31, 2006, carried out their first flight on May 31, 2013. The Aruban company’s headquarters are location at 69, Cumana on Aruba. At present, the Aruba Airlines fleet consists of new, modern aircraft, among them the 150-seat Airbus A320-200 (12 Business Class and 138 Economy Class seats). The company has a total of 300 employees stationed at their offices in the different markets. Of these employees, 139 are directly employed by and work for the company headquarters on Aruba.