For Frontier Airlines, same as for AUA Airport, green is not just their logo color. Still, it is a daily reminder of their mission and pursuit to be America's Greenest Airline. These ideals perfectly fit AUA Airport's strategic plan to become the most sustainable airport in the region.
The airline headquartered in Denver, Colorado, operates more than 100 A320 family aircraft and has the largest A320neo fleet in the Americas, serving approximately 120 destinations in the U.S., Caribbean, Mexico, and Central America. The initial plan is to start November 2021 with one weekly service from Miami International Airport (MIA).
With over 140 new Airbus planes on order, Frontier Airlines will continue to grow to deliver on its mission of providing affordable and greener travel options, connecting Aruba with over 100 destinations across America
“We’re excited to announce service to Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba with nonstop flights to Miami beginning this November,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial, Frontier Airlines. “Our mission is to deliver ‘Low Fares Done Right’ for our customers and we’re confident that this new route will make travel to the island even more accessible and affordable for tourists while at the same time providing an attractive option for locals wanting to travel to the U.S. We look forward to welcoming passengers on board to enjoy the beautiful scenery and warm hospitality of Aruba and to serving locals with affordable flights to Miami and beyond through our extensive U.S. route network.”
"At AUA Airport, we are seriously dedicated to Air Service Development! The team's efforts which have started before the pandemic, are now crystalizing with the addition of a new carrier to the diverse portfolio of carriers that believe in Aruba and our international airport. This first step in our relationship with the popular U.S. low-cost carrier will provide additional traveling options for both local and U.S. travelers, as per Frontier Airlines' motto, "The sky is for everyone." Frontier Airlines delivers this vision through its unique brand of low-fare options. As a growing and environmentally conscious airline, the airline perfectly fits AUA Airport's vision for the future. Expansion plans and becoming the most sustainable airport in the region are applicable for both AUA Airport and Frontier Airlines," expressed Mrs. Jo-Anne Meaux-Arends, Air Service Development Manager at AAA.
“We’re excited to begin this new flight service with Frontier Airlines from Miami, one of our priority markets. Considering the past year, increased airlift operations are crucial to Aruba’s continued tourism recovery and growth, and we are continually striving to offer expanded flight options for new and returning visitors alike to Aruba. Frontier’s effort to reduce their carbon footprint to ensure cleaner earth is in line with Aruba’s approach to bring awareness and education to the public.” said Mrs. Ronella Croes, CEO of Aruba Tourism Authority.
“The addition of a new airline and additional flights to Aruba is a result of great efforts made by Aruba’s airport and tourism authorities, and a testament to the demand for Aruba as a destination thanks to the wonderful people that work every day to serve our tourists and ensure an enjoyable and safe experience,” said Mrs. Tisa LaSorte President and CEO of Aruba Hotel & Tourism Association.