Curacao’s warm and breezy location in the Lesser Antilles makes it a particularly appealing location within the Dutch Carribean, but eventually, the perfect weather might get a bit boring. Departing from Curacao will be quick and easy when you book your ticket here with us at Skyscanner, and you’ll have your option of carriers, dates, and destinations, too.
Where Can I Fly To Cheaply From Curacao?
Curacao is accommodated by a variety of smaller carriers, including:
- Air Berlin
- Copa Airlines
- Insel Air
- RUTACA Airlines
- Sunwing Airlines
In general, each carrier that flies out of Curacao Airport has a single route which it flies, meaning that you’ll need to wait for periods of high utilization if you want to get a good deal.
These carriers can take you to a few compelling destinations, including:
- Panama City
Picking the right destination is up to you. If you’re looking for a European mid-sized city to enjoy, Dusseldorf and Amsterdam are hard to beat for their tolerant and laid back cultures replete with quaint architecture and an abundance of historical landmarks.
For a Latin American experience, Bogota will defy your expectations with its perfectly consistent mountainous, cool weather and accommodating locals in the midst of beautiful mountains.
If you’re looking for a more high energy cultural experience, check out Panama city or Valencia. Though they’re continents apart, both are melting pots of many peoples, and each has a sunny city with a seedy and money lush underbelly.
How Should I Get To Curacao International Airport?
Taking a taxi or your hotel’s shuttle will be the best bet to get to the airport. Cab fare isn’t regimented, so you should agree on the fare beforehand and include a tip afterward. There’s seldom any traffic, so expect a ten-minute ride from your lodging to the airport.
Departing The Lesser Antilles
There’s not much to do while you wait at Curacao International Airport, though if you’re interested in World War 2 history, there are a few landmarks of the US Air Force bomber wings and fighter wings that were formerly stationed there.
If you’re more interested in modern military hardware, there are a few airplanes of the Dutch Air Force on the far side of the terminal, though tourists are encouraged to stay outside of the fenced area and obey the markings warning them not to take any pictures as some of these aircraft are in active service.
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