Claudio Stamper is managing director of Universal Aviation Aruba – Oranjestad. Claudio has been in the aviation industry for 30 years – the past 10 with Universal – and is often interviewed by local media as a subject matter expert on general aviation in Aruba and the Caribbean region. An aircraft technician by profession, and a Director of Maintenance in the past, Claudio moved up through various management positions over the years prior to taking up overall management responsibility for Universal Aviation Aruba. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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When conducting business aircraft operations to Aruba, be aware of flight plan lead times, procedures, and flight plan revision policies. While schedule changes and delays can be easily accommodated, it’s always best to coordinate flight plan changes with your ground handler […]
Permit requirements are virtually nil for Aruba. If you’re conducting any sort of special aircraft operations – experimental flights or flight testing in the local area – be sure to work with your ground handler to provide appropriate reporting to local authorities […]
For business aircraft operations to Aruba (TNCA), consider additional lead times when making arrangements for in-flight catering and ground transport. Also, there are additional lead times and restrictions associated with bringing pets and/or weapons into the country […]
Be aware of airport hours and document requirements when operating to Aruba (TNCA). There will be times during the high season when overnight parking may not be available and you’ll need to consider a drop and go […]