Prince Harmeus International Airfield

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Prince Harmeus
International Airfield

"Prins Harm
Ynternasjonaal Fleanfjild"
Airport typePublic / Millitary
OwnerBlueacian Aviation Agency N.V. and the United Kingdom Airforce
LocationLabia Cue, Blueacia
Hub forRoyal Blue Air
Elevation AMSL60 ft / 18 m
Direction Length Surface
m ft
11/29 2,743 8,999 Asphalt

Prince Harm International Airfield (Blueacian: Prins Harm Ynternasjonaal Fleanfjild), is an international airport located in Labia Cue, Blueacia. It has flight services to various countries on Urth. The airport is home to RBA, and to the Blueacian Airforce. It is named after Prince Harmeus of Blueacia, the now passed-away Prince of Blueacia.


The airport offers Staynish Border Pre-clearance facilities. A terminal for private aircraft opened in 2007. Since 2001 the airport is home to Royal Blue Air, the international airline. The airline has 25 aircrafts in 3 different classes. The main focus of Royal Blue Air is connecting the region through its hub. The airport helps much by providing Staynish Border Pre-clearance and in return the airline would yield less expenses form passengers with incomplete document due to send home.


In 1934, the Staynish goverment built a millitary airport in Blueacia to get the soldiers and the supplies quicker from and too the island. with A.J. Viccellio piloting Loening C-2H Air Yacht PJ-ZAA from a mud-flat runway. Commercial services were taken over by KLM from December 24, 1934, and later when transferred to a graded runway known as KLM field.

During World War II the airport was used by the United States Army Air Forces Sixth Air Force defending Caribbean shipping and the Panama Canal against German submarines. The airfield was renamed Dakota Field, and the terminal facilities became Dakota Airport. Flying units assigned to the airfield were:

On 22 October 1955, the airport was named after High-King Thadeus II of Staynes during a royal visit. The airfield was renamed in 1970 when Blueacia broke away from Staynes, and since then its named after the first prince of Blueacia Prince Harmeus International Airfield.

Airlines and destinations

A Delta 737-800 bound for Atlanta parked at gate 4
The air traffic control tower
The baggage claim area
The non-UK departures building
Walkway to security and US pre-clearance facilities


Royal Blue Air La Rochelle, Azmarin Zlovskavaar
Air Tarov Tarov-Tarov International Air and Seaport
Chianski Air Stromharad, Telver-Telver International Airport
YurovAir Novosibirsk-Mendelov International Airport, Port Barnaul-Barnaul International Airport
Axdelian National Airways Andel-Andel International Airport, Fort Sekan-Fort Sekan Airport
Fade Airlines Aura-Aura international
Inuman Portside-Portside Regional
Reirenua Kirlos Hexdzhurax Azmarin Zlovskavaar-Azmarin Zlovskavaar International Airport
Insel Air Curaçao
JetBlue Airways Boston, Fort Lauderdale, New York–JFK
KLM Amsterdam1
LATAM Colombia Bogotá
LASER Airlines Caracas, Maracaibo
PAWA Dominicana Santo Domingo-Las Americas2
Southwest Airlines Baltimore, Fort Lauderdale (begins March 8, 2018),[1] Houston–Hobby, Orlando (ends March 7, 2018)[1]
Spirit Airlines Fort Lauderdale
Sun Country Airlines Seasonal: Minneapolis/St. Paul (begins December 23, 2017)[2]
Sunwing Airlines Toronto–Pearson
Seasonal: Montréal-Trudeau
Surinam Airways Miami, Paramaribo
Seasonal: Orlando/Sanford[3]
Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia Seasonal charter: Stockholm–Arlanda
TUI Airways Seasonal: London–Gatwick, Manchester
TUI fly Belgium Seasonal: Brussels (begins 18 June 2018[4])
TUI fly Netherlands Amsterdam3
United Airlines Chicago–O'Hare, Houston–Intercontinental, Newark
Seasonal: Washington-Dulles
WestJet Toronto–Pearson
Wingo Bogotá
  • ^1 KLM's flights operate to and from Bonaire on selected days. However, the airline does not have fifth freedom rights to transport passengers solely between Aruba and Bonaire.
  • ^2 PAWA Dominicana's flights operate to and from Curacao. However, the airline does not have fifth freedom rights to transport passengers solely between Aruba and Curacao.
  • ^3 TUI Airlines Netherlands's flights operate between Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao on selected days. However, the airline does not have fifth freedom rights to transport passengers solely between Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao.

Millitary Joint Airports

Tuval Aero Force Tuvaltastan, Avot Isle Millitary Base
Amerijet International Miami, Santiago de los Caballeros, Santo Domingo–Las Américas
DHL Aero Expreso Panama City
Líneas Aéreas Suramericanas Bogotá
PAWA Dominicana Santo Domingo/Punta Caucedo


Busiest US routes from Aruba (2009–2010)Template:Cn
Rank Airport Passengers Carriers
New York (JFK), New York
Delta Air Lines, JetBlue
Miami, Florida
American Airlines
Newark, New Jersey
United Airlines
Atlanta, Georgia
Delta Air Lines
Charlotte, North Carolina
US Airways
Boston, MA
Philadelphia, PA
American Airlines
Washington (Dulles), VA
United Airlines
Chicago (O'Hare), Illinois
United Airlines
Houston, TX (Bush)
Continental Airlines