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A Comprehensive Guide of all Flights to Curacao

One of the most underrated Caribbean destinations is getting easier to reach. With a newly renovated airport and an increasing number of flights to Curacao every week, it’s no longer inconvenient to reach this island paradise.

To make the process of planning a trip even simpler, we’ve compiled a comprehensive guide of all flights to Curacao. Read on for detailed flight information, including departure cities, airlines, and some helpful timing tips!

In total there are 20 airlines flying from and to Curacao. KLM, TUI, JetBlue, Air Canada, American Airlines, and Avianca are some of the major airlines with service to Curacao. Bear in mind that the cheapest days to fly are generally Tuesday and Wednesday. Let’s explore the direct departure cities from which you can choose with a starting fare estimate for a round trip.

United States

American Airlines, JetBlue, and United fly from these cities non-stop to Curacao.

  • Miami (MIA)   As of $260 (2 hour 53-minute flight), twice daily, non-stop flights
  • New York (JFK) — As of  $250 (4 hour 30-minute flight), 3 non-stop flights per week 
  • Newark (EWR) — As of $245 (5-hour flight, weekly service),1 non-stop flight a week 
  • Charlotte (CLT) — As of $1330 (4-hour flight, weekly service),1 non-stop flight 

Of course, you can still fly to Curacao from other cities, you will just have to schedule a layover for the trip.


Air Canada offers direct flights from Toronto and Montreal to Curacao.

  • Toronto (YYZ) — From CA$430 (5-hour flight) four-weekly non-stop flight as of October 2022
    Flights are on Sunday & Thursday 
  • Montreal (YUL) — From CA$700 (7 and a half hour flight), twice-weekly non-stop flight as of October 2022 through April 2023
    Flights are on Sunday, Monday, Friday & Saturday

South America

As one would expect, the flight times to Curacao get significantly shorter when coming from Colombia or Suriname. Avianca, FlyAlways, Copa Airlines, Surinam Airways are the airlines with service to Curacao from these cities, Avior services to Caracas.

  • Bogota (BOG) — $363 (2 hour 15 minute flight), 1+ flights a day
  • Paramaribo (PBM) — $299 (2 and a half hour flight), 4 flights a week
  • Panama City (PTY) — $449 (2 hour flight), 1 flight a day
  • Caracas (CCS) — $400 (50 minute flight), 3 flights a week

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Aruba (Divi Divi, EZ Air, Aruba Airlines, WinAir) and Bonaire (Divi Divi, EZ Air, Aruba Airlines, WinAir) are little more than a jump from Curacao, making the flight times incredibly short. Flights from Sint Maarten (Winair), Santo Domingo (Copa, Fly Always), and Haiti, Port of Prince (Winair) and Trinidad, Port of Spain (Surinam Airlines) are a bit longer but still manageable.

  • Oranjestad (AUA) — $195 (40 minute flight), 2+ flights a day
  • Kralendijk (BON) — $144 (30 minute flight), 1+ flight a day
  • Sint Maarten (SXM) — $402 (2 hour 15 minute flight), 2 flights a day
  • Santo Domingo (SDQ) — $422 (1 hour 20 minute flight), 4 flights a week
  • Port of Prince (PAP) — $400 (2 hour 15 minute flight), 3 flights a week
  • Port of Spain (POS) — $386 (1 hour 30 minute flight), 5 flights a week


Both KLM and TUI fly to Curacao from Amsterdam year-round, several times a day with nonstop service. Frankfurt, however, only receives nonstop flights to Curacao with Condor during the winter months on Wednesdays.

  • Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) — $556 (9 hour 45 minute flight), 2+ flight a day
  • Brussels (BRU) — €630 (9 hours and 20 minutes flight, only on Sundays and Fridays)


Unless otherwise specified, you shouldn’t have a problem finding a flight to Curacao from any of these departure sites any day of the week, often with a range of available times.

Thanks to this wide array of connected cities, it’s never been easier for vacationers looking to drop out on one of the most beautiful places on Earth to do just that. Plus, Curacao’s newly renovated airport means it’s a comfortable gateway for visitors to pass through.

Whether travelers are coming from New York, Amsterdam, or just across the Caribbean, there’s a flight to accommodate them through to Curacao.

Travel tip

To speed things up considerably at the Curacao customs, you can fill out the ED card online. The Embarkation-Disembarkation (ED) Card is a card that every non-resident visitor to Curacao needs to fill out before going through immigration. This is the card you normally fill out on the plane and then present with your passport on entering the island. This way you are screened somewhat ahead of time and will have the advantage of taking a different (shorter) line when arriving on Curacao.

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