When flying from Toronto to Aruba, the time of day you decide to fly out makes little to no difference towards the overall price you’ll pay on tickets.
Due to the rapidly changing circumstances due to COVID-19, airlines like Air Canada, American Airlines, and WestJet flying from Toronto to Aruba have implemented new flexible cancellation policies.
Yes, there are multiple flights from Toronto to Aruba for under C$ 500. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Multiple Airlines for just C$ 409, but on average you can expect to pay C$ 500.
On average you can expect to pay C$ 948 for a flight from Toronto to Aruba. The cheapest flight overall is C$ 219 while the most popular route, (Toronto Pearson Intl - Oranjestad Reina Beatrix) is currently priced at C$ 462.
Before booking your flight from Toronto to Aruba check out the most popular airlines for this route: American Airlines, Air Canada or British Airways.
While some choose either Toronto Island - Oranjestad Reina Beatrix or Toronto Hamilton - Oranjestad Reina Beatrix, Toronto Pearson Intl - Oranjestad Reina Beatrix is the most popular route from Toronto to Aruba.
There are two airports you can choose to fly out of Toronto from for flights to Aruba. There is only one airport in Aruba for arrivals from Toronto. Most of the flights to Aruba from Toronto should depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport, which is usually one of the top two busiest airports in Canada. There are also other departures from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport in Toronto and John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport in Hamilton. You will arrive at Queen Beatrix International Airport, the international airport servicing Aruba located in the capital city of Oranjestad.
Currently, direct, non-stop flights to Aruba from Toronto are out of Toronto Pearson International Airport with Air Canada and with WestJet. These non-stop flights are about 5h. There are also a range of one-stop options, mainly from Toronto Pearson, such as with British Airways and American Airlines through Miami, with Copa Airlines through Panama City, or with United Airlines and Air Canada Express through Newark. Flying out of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport typically requires two stops, flying with Porter Airlines, Air Canada, Copa Airlines, or United Airlines and often with stops in Montreal and Newark or Montreal and Panama City. Flights from Hamilton often includes three stops in such places as Calgary, Phoenix, and Newark with airlines like WestJet and United Airlines.
Flights to Aruba from Toronto currently involve one or more stops. Some of the fastest options are the one-stop routes out of Toronto Pearson International Airport. This is an approximately 9h trip with a stop in Miami for about 3h. You could also stop in Newark, Panama City, or Chicago for layovers of almost 21h. Flying out of Toronto City usually requires two stops to get to Aruba, often flying through Montreal and Newark or Newark and Miami. These travel times range from around 15h to just over 52h. If you choose to fly from Hamilton, you will most likely make three stops, usually in cities like Calgary, Phoenix, and Newark. These journeys can be anywhere from close to 33h to over 53h.
If you are a Canadian citizen, you do not need a visa if you are planning on staying in Aruba for no more than 30 days. Nevertheless, your passport must be valid for the length of your stay in Aruba, and officials may ask you for proof of onward travel. This may include showing you have the right to enter your next destination, such as a visa or residence permit. You can apply for an extension for up to 180 days, but you will need to meet specific criteria, including proof of travel insurance and a guarantee of residence for the length of your extended stay.
Information is based on travel restrictions from Toronto to Aruba
Most visitors from Toronto need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and/or quarantine to enter Aruba.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Toronto must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 48 hours before departing to Aruba.
Visitors from Toronto are not required to quarantine after entering Aruba.
Aruba Travel Card - Travelers including children, are required to complete the online travel declaration form and be approved, in order to be allowed to enter Aruba. This must be completed a maximum of 72 hours and 4 hours prior to travel to Aruba. This is not required for transit passengers.
Aruba Visitor Insurance - All travelers are required to purchase the Aruba Visitors Insurance. This purchase must be completed a maximum of 3 days, and 4 hours prior to travel to Aruba. Visitors can buy or use their own travel or health insurance to supplement the Aruba Visitors Insurance, but not to replace it.
Returning to Toronto from Aruba
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Aruba must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departing to Toronto.
Visitors from Aruba are not required to quarantine after entering Toronto.
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