All air traffic will arrive and depart from the Reina Beatrix International Airport IATA: AUA ICAO: TNCA on the western side of the island.
Aruba no longer has a national airline.American Airlines is a popular carrier that schedules flights from the gateways of New York and Miami formerly also Boston and San Juan. Other major carriers from the US include AirTran Atlanta, Orlando, United Chicago, Washington/Dulles, US Airways BOS, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Continental Newark, Houston Intercontinental, Delta Atlanta, New York JFK, and JetBlue Airways New York JFK, Boston.
First Choice Airways flies charter flights from the London and Manchester in the UK, and KLM flights to Amsterdam connect to most of the rest of Europe. Avianca and Aires connect Aruba to Colombia.
Daily connections to Venezuela include Caracas, Maracaibo, Las Piedras and Valencia, by Aeropostal, Aserca, Santa Barbara Airlines and Avior.
InselAir (http://www.fly-inselair.com) has several daily flights to Curacao, and from there to 11 destinations in South America including MedellÃn - Colombia and Valencia (Venezuela), the Caribbean and Miami.
There is an office of the American Department of Homeland Security at the airport for those traveling to the United States.