Another new carrier arrives at Miami International Airport. On Friday 3 July Aruba Airlines began non-stop flights from Aruba, operating five times weekly with an A320. Three other carriers already operate the route.
- Aruba Airlines on Friday 3 July introduced a new non-stop service to the US. On that day the airline began operating between Aruba (AUA) and Miami (MIA) using an A320. Service on the 1,827-kilometre route will operate five times weekly (daily except for Wednesdays and Saturdays). Competition will come from American Airlines (21 weekly flights), InselAir Aruba (daily flights) and Surinam Airways (thrice-weekly flights). Aruba Airlines (IATA code AG) began scheduled services in 2013 and currently operates two A320s on a network which includes Maracaibo, Panama City and Valencia (the one in Venezuela).