Aruba is a 33km long island of the Lesser Antilles in the southern Caribbean Sea, located approximately 28 km north of the coast of Venezuela. This small nation-state relies heavily on tourism income and thus its airports are the major infrastructure on the island. The three airports servicing travellers are Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA), De Vuijst Field and Marine Aerodrome Airport. AUA has daily flights to various cities across the United States, as well as connecting Aruba with South America, and to Europe through Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Insel Air and Dutch Antilles Express dominate the network from their main hub at Queen Beatrix International Airport, however other seasonal airlines such as Air Canada, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines also offer services to other destinations. Department of Civil Aviation Aruba (DCA) is the body responsible for the aviation industry in Aruba.
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