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How’s Aruba sound about now?

American Airlines currently has summer sale to the Caribbean islands, which has created some great deals to Aruba. Delta and JetBlue have joined in with discounts as well, meaning you can reach the island from as far north as Boston, and as far west as Dallas. Prices are up to 45% off, saving up to $350, and are available throughout the month. All fares include a carry-on bag, and JetBlue fares include seat selection as well.

Departure cities include:

  • Miami from $231 (AA)
  • New York and Boston from $367 (Delta)
  • Atlanta from $398 (JetBlue)
  • Orlando from $400 (AA)
  • Washington  from $426 (AA)
  • Baltimore from $426 (JetBlue)
  • Dallas from $542 (Delta)

Sample Route

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  • Departure: MIA
  • Stops: None
  • Arrival: AUA

How to Book

  • Follow link for sample dates or search Google Flights optional for departure and destination

Travel Dates

  • Select dates June, 2019
  • 7-day stay required

Things to Do in Aruba

Good luck and happy flying!

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