Starting January 1st, 2023: Aruba Airport Authority N.V to operate General Aviation Terminal at Aeropuerto International Reina Beatrix

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The General Aviation Terminal, better known as the FBO at Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix, will be managed and operated by Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) starting January 1, 2023.

Starting the New Year 2023 the FBO operation will be operated and managed by AAA under its new name – JET-TNCA. Jet being the obvious choice of words to best reflect the fact that private aircraft or jets will be handled at the FBO terminal at the airport and TNCA being the ICAO code for the airport in Aruba.

JET-TNCA is uniquely positioned in the Caribbean region making it the perfect stop between North and Latin America. Besides its geographical and strategic advantages, JET-TNCA offers a wide variety of services to its customers. Customers can make use of JET-TNCA’s traveler lounge and refreshment area, all while experiencing the highest level of customer service.

Additionally, JET-TNCA’s supervisory and coordination services provide customers with a single point of essential flight services such as aircraft fueling, catering, ground support, accommodations and transportation arrangements, and more importantly US Customs & Border Protection Pre-Clearance services.

The purpose of JET-TNCA is to offer a complete products/service experience (CPE) to a currently underserved leisure niche market within its current territory by connecting with a high-end customer base through luxury inventory collaborative partnerships.

The new JET-TNCA operations team is excited to welcome all its clients and is personally committed to plan and deliver successful mission by offering a complete range of first-class services supported by dedicated professional who are constantly looking at new and innovative ways to satisfy the ever-changing needs and desires of its guests.

The JET-TNCA day-to-day operations will be managed by a team of professionals and led by its FBO Manager Mrs. Minerva Flemming. The business development activities of the JET-TNCA will be performed from within the AAA team responsible for aviation business development which is led by Mrs. Jo-Anne Meaux-Arends, Executive Aviation Business Development at AAA.

For more information on JET-TNCA, please visit our website: www.jet-tnca.com or contact us via email on ops@jet-tnca.com or call 297-5882465

About AUA Airport

AUA Airport is one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean region, with 24 different airlines operating into Aruba contributing to processing over 2.5 million passengers per year (pre-covid) and providing air service to 26 destinations worldwide. AUA Airport is operationally solid where over 95% of all visitors are leisure guests: 77% from the United States & Canada, 11% from Latin America, 7% from Europe, and 5% from Dutch Caribbean, year to date, November 2022. AUA Airport attributes this to the island’s stable economic and political climate, hospitable and multilingual population, and safe environment. AUA Airport undergoes continuous upgrades to maintain its position as one of the region’s most innovative airports.

Learn more about what’s happening at AUA Airport by visiting www.airportaruba.com and connect with AUA Airport on Twitter.com/Aruba_Airport, Facebook.com/ArubaAirport, Instagram.com/arubaairport/ and Linkedin.com/ArubaAirport.