Annual Report/Financial Statement 2022 adopted by Aruba Airport Authority N.V.’s shareholder representative Minister Dangui Oduber

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Visit of Royal Schiphol Group’s Director International Kjell Kloosterziel

This week Royal Schiphol Group’s Director International, Mr. Kjell Kloosteziel performed a courtesy visit to several stakeholders. During his visit, and in the presence of the CEO of Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) Mr. Joost Meijs, Mr. Kloosterziel met with the Governor of Aruba Mr. Alfonso Boekhoudt, the Prime Minister of Aruba Mrs. Evelyn Wever-Croes, Minister of Tourism and Health Mr. Dangui Oduber, AAA’s Supervisory Board, and AAA’s Leadership Team. He also visited the construction site of Gateway 2030, Phase 1A at the airport.

During the conversations, all parties expressed and reconfirmed their satisfaction with the fruitful cooperation during the last two decades between the Government of Aruba, Royal Schiphol Group and Aruba Airport which has led to a healthy company and airport operations in all aspects. Aruba Airport is seen by the cooperating parties as crucial infrastructure for Aruba and the gateway to Aruba for millions of tourists and residents. Last week the Annual Report/Financial Statement 2022 was adopted by Mr. Dangui Oduber, the Minister of Tourism and Health as representative of the Shareholder of AAA.

Mr. Dangui Oduber, Minister of Tourism and Health: “We are pleased with this strong long- lasting partnership and with the strategic direction of the airport. AAA experienced very strong results in 2022 as is described in the Annual Report/Financial Statement 2022. I am confident about the airport’s future, and I am looking forward to all the new developments in 2023.”

About AUA Airport 

AUA Airport is one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean region, with 22 different airlines operating into Aruba contributing to processing over 2.5 million passengers per year and providing air service to 22 cities and 34 non-stop destinations worldwide. AUA Airport’s markets served comprise of 79% from the United States & Canada, 11% from Latin America, 6% from Europe, and 4% from Dutch Caribbean, year to date, March 2023. AUA Airport attributes this to the island’s stable economic and political climate, hospitable and multilingual population, and safe environment. AUA Airport’s aspiration is to become one of the most Sustainable, Safe, and Future Proof airports of the Latin America & Caribbean region, providing a trusted workplace, modern airport facilities and excellent customer service which reflects Aruban hospitality, contributing to a prosperous future for Aruba. 

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