Aruba Airlines. The airline was founded on January 31, 2006 and began charter operations with a seven-seat Piper PA-31 Navajo in 2010. In early 2011 the company attracted new investors, leading to the upgrade of operations to jet equipment. The company received an economic Airline Operation Certificate in August 2012. The airline then arranged to lease two Airbus A320 twin-engined 150-seat jet airliners; the first one arrived in Aruba in November 2012. The aircraft started to fly charter flights from Aruba at the end of 2012 and scheduled operations started on March 31, 2013, with Maracaibo, Venezuela as its initial destination. Flights to Panama City, Panama began on 5 July that year.
Applications to fly to a number of locations were also made, including to the United States.
The main headquarters is in the city of Oranjestad in Aruba, which is the main operation center, and the airline opened a new office at Queen Beatrix International Airport. It also has smaller offices in Panama City and in the Venezuelan cities of Maracaibo, Valencia and Maracay.
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