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|Hubs||Queen Beatrix International Airport|
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ArubaExel was an airline based in Aruba. It was established in 2004 and is wholly owned by the ExelAviation Group. It was planned to start operations offering onward links from Aruba to destinations in Venezuela using an ATR 42 aircraft.
Although initially established provide service between Aruba and Venezuela and to be a link from Venezuela to neighboring islands of Bonaire and Curaçao, the airline didn't receive its permission to start operations with its aircraft, which was only used by sister airline BonairExel and was later sent back to the Netherlands when the ExelAviation Group ceased its own operations.
ArubaExel operated the following services (at January 2005):
Domestic scheduled destinations:
International scheduled destinations (operated by BonairExel)
- Flamingo International Airport (secondary hub)
International scheduled destinations (proposed):
The ArubaExel fleet consisted of the following aircraft (at January 2005):
|ATR 42-320||1||—||46||Operated for BonairExel/BonairExpress|
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