Information & Facts
Short- or long-term parking is available.
There are 26 local and international car rental companies
represented at the airport, including Avis, Alamo, Budget and
Local buses leave regularly to Oranjestad from bus stops just
outside the airport property. Tour buses can take passengers to
their required destination. Taxis are also available.
The airport has a variety of shops including duty-free shopping,
and several restaurants and snack bars. A bank offers banking
services seven days a week. Internet stations are available,
including wireless Internet access.
The official language in Aruba is Dutch but English and
Spanish are taught in school and are also widely spoken. Some
French is also understood. Most islanders also speak the native
The official currency is the Aruban Florin (AWG), which is
divided into 100 cents. The Florin is tied to the US Dollar. US
currency is accepted everywhere and other major currencies can be
exchanged at banks. Credit and debit cards are widely accepted and
there are ATMs in Oranjestad. Travellers cheques are also widely
accepted and it is best to have cheques in US dollars or Euros to
avoid additional charges.
Local time in Aruba is GMT -4.