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Aruba Directives

Effective September 1st 2020 Aruba has adjusted her entry requirements for all inbound passengers. See the list below. All passengers are required to enter with a negative PCR test or have one done upon arrival in Aruba. In addition passengers need to get the Aruba visitors insurance. For costs follow the link below.

https://www.arubavisitorsinsurance.com/#COST All passengers need to complete and receive approval of the online ED-Card. 

Requirements to enter Aruba can be found on the Aruba Airport Website www.aruba.com 

Resident of Curacao or Bonaire with previous approval from the Government (Reisverificaties) require a negative to Covid-19 to travel to Curacao or Bonaire and will remain in mandatory quarantaine for at least 12 days.

Based on the ever-changing situation‚ we recommend that all visitors check  www.aruba.com/us/traveler-health-requirements  which will be updated frequently. Covid-19 related questions can be send to Support@aruba.com

Aruba Helpdesk can be reached at

+297 582 3777

Passengers originating from the USA will not be allowed to travel from Aruba to Bonaire or Curacao.

Bonaire Directives

Bonaire has lifted her restrictions on incoming flights from "no high risk countries". Aruba‚ Curacao‚ and St. Maarten are considered high risk countries. Starting September 4th‚ all passengers entering Bonaire from Curacao are required to enter a mandatory 14 day quarantaine on there own expense. Bonaire residents wanting to return to Bonaire need authorization from the Lieutenant Governor. This can be obtained by mailing at publichealth@bonairegov.com or repat@bonairegov.com Based on art 2r‚ lid 1e WTU BES legislation passengers that have travelled to high risk countries will be denied entry to Bonaire. Passengers are required to complete the Public Health Form at least 48 hours prior to travelling to Bonaire via the following link https://bonairepublichealth.org/en/formFor addtional questions visit  

https://www.rijksdienstencn.com/covid-19/actuele-qas 

Passengers originating from the Netherlands will not be allowed to travel to Curacao or Aruba without a negative Covid-19 test.

 

Curacao Directives

Passengers from Bonaire‚ St. Eustatius‚ and Saba may travel to Curacao and should comply with the following conditions: A Public Health Locator Card (PLC) needs to be completed‚ signed and mailed before flight to travelhistory.epi@gobiernu.cw‚ not earlier than 48 hours before travel. Passengers should have a valid medical insurance to cover any incurred costs. 

Passengers from the Netherlands or other medium risk countries should take a COVID-19 PCR test no earlier than 72 hours prior to departure. Residents that have travelled or are arriving from high risk areas like Aruba‚ require previous approval from the Government reisverificatie.cur@gobiernu.cw and shall be subject to a mandatory quarantine of up to 14 days upon arrival at a location indicated by the Ministry of Health of the Government of Curacao‚ including a Covid-19 test requirement at their own expense.  Please follow the following link: https://bit.ly/2BYZDTk for more information.

Without approval from the Travel Verification Team‚ boarding will be denied.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Events

Curacao Flag Day

July 02‚ 2020 10:00

The flag was unveiled for the first time on July 2nd 1984‚ marking the county's strong history and patriarchy. On this official holiday ooffices‚ banks‚ and most stores will be closed‚ and there are many cultural festivities.

Events

Bonaire Flag Day

Sep 6‚ 2020 10:00

A local holiday where the entire island of Bonaire celebrates the existence of the island. Most of the time it is held within a chosen town on Bonaire where locals and visitors dance‚ eat‚ drink on the streets with several entertainment bands. 

Events

Aruba High Wings

July 03-09‚ 2020

One of Aruba's longest running sporting events held at the Fisher's Hut with events like windsurfing‚ kitesurfing and mountain biking.

Latest Blogs

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Divi Divi Air transports medical equipment to Aruba and Bonaire

Recently Divi Divi Air transported medical equipment to both Bonaire and Aruba. The equipment was transported by KLM from Amsterdam to Curacao. This extra medical equipment‚ included breathing equipment‚ increased the capacity of the intensive care unit wards of the islands to be better prepared during the Covid-19 crisis. 

 

 

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Divi Divi Air assists with the repatriation of foreigners

As the boarder of Curacao remains closed for inbound passengers and many air carriers have temporarily seized operation‚ it has become difficult for foreigners to return home. Via a wing to wing operation Divi Divi Air was able to assist in the repatriation of these passengers via Curacao or Aruba.