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“Passenger Flow Control” na check-in pa pasaheronan pa Merca  Adaptacion di e check-in time pa tur colornan di cada grupo 



ORANJESTAD – Manera informa dor di Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA), e compania cu  ta maneha y opera Aeropuerto Internacioal Reina Beatrix (AUA Airport), desde 1 di December  2021, tur pasahero biahando pa Merca lo wordo duna acceso na e terminal di check-in basa riba  gruponan mara na cierto codigonan di color como parti di “Passenger Flow Control”. 

Adaptacionnan a wordo haci pa agilisa e proceso y pa indica na un mihor manera e 3 ora di  anticipacion cu mester tene cuenta cune basa riba e orario cu un persona su buelo ta sali pa por  wordo permiti pa check-in na airport. E orario pa check-in pa e grupo cu color GEEL awor a  wordo adapta pa check-in entre 08:00 – 12:00 hrs (8AM – 12 merdia). E orario pa check-in pa e  grupo den e color BLAUW tambe a wordo adapta y awor e grupo ey lo wordo ermiti pa check-in  entre 12;00 y 14:00 hrs (12:00 merdia y 2 PM). E color ORANJE su check-in periodo a wordo  cambia di entre 14:00 hrs – 16:00 hrs (2PM – 4 PM). 

E concepto di Passenger Flow Control ta ensera cu pasaheronan lo wordo permiti pa drenta e  check-in terminal basa riba gruponan separa cu nan codigo di color (Geel, Blauw y Oranje) cu a  wordo determina a base di e orario di salida di e buelonan. Pasaheronan lo hanja un tempo pre determina pa drenta e check-in terminal manera indica den e table aki bou.

E tempo pre-determina aki lo wordo determina pa bishitantenan basa riba e informashon cu nan  indica den e ED (Electronic Disembarkation) Card na yegada. Aki e orario di buelo di salida lo  mester wordo indica. Residentenan biahando for di Aruba pa Merca lo mester wak e orario di e  

salida di nan buelo pa determina ki ora nan lo ta permiti pa cuminsa e proceso di check-in (no  mas prome cu 3 ora prome cu e buelo sali). 

AUA Airport lo tin embahadornan trahando na e terminal di check-in Mericano pa activamente  controla e tempo pre-determina pa check in pa cada pasahero. Pasaheronan cu yega mucho  trempan lo mester warda pafo pa por drenta ora nan orario yega. 


“Passenger Flow Control” at Check-in for US-Bound Passengers 

Adaptation of Check-in Time for all Group Color Codes 

ORANJESTAD – As informed by the Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA), the company that  manages and operates Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix (AUA Airport) as of December 1,  2021, all US departing passengers are allowed access to the check-in terminal based on groups  and color codes for each group at the airport as part of the “Passenger Flow Control” for all  passengers to the USA. 

Further adaptations have been made to make the process more agile and to better indicate the 3  hour time frame between scheduled departure time and allowed check-time. The time frame for check-in for the YELLOW group has now been adapted to be between 08:00 – 12:00 hrs (8 AM  – 12 noon). The time frame for the BLUE group has also been further adapted to now be allowed  to check-in between between 12:00 and 14:00 hrs (12 noon and 2 PM). The ORANGE check-in  time frame has also been adapted to now be between 14:00 hrs and 16:00 hrs (2 PM – 4 PM). 

The Passenger Flow Control concept entails that passenger are allowed to enter the check in  facilities based on separate groups (Yellow, Blue and Orange) established by the scheduled  airline departure times. Passengers will thus receive a dedicated timeslot to enter the terminal as  indicated in table below.


This dedicated timeslot is determined for visitors based on the information provided in the ED  (Electronic Disembarkation) Card where information on the departure flight will also have to be  submitted. Residents travelling out of Aruba to the US should take their scheduled departure  time into account to determine at what time they are allowed to check-in (not earlier than 3  hours before that time of departure).  

AUA Airport will have ambassadors at the entry doors to actively control the time slots per  passenger. Early passengers will have to wait outside for their correct time slot.  

About AUA Airport  

AUA Airport is one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean region, with 19 different airlines  operating into Aruba contributing in processing over 2.5 million passengers per year (pre-covid)  and providing air service to 20 destinations worldwide. AUA Airport is operationally solid where  over 95% of all visitors are leisure guests: 83% from the United States & Canada, 6% from Latin  America, 8% from Europe, and 3% from Dutch Caribbean, year to date, March 2021. 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.  

Date: Jan 5, 2022