Dutch carrier KLM will soon be expanding its service to Aruba, according to the Aruba Tourism Authority.
The company will begin operating extra flights to Aruba between July 8 and Sept. 4, some of which will operate on larger planes such as the Airbus A330.
The flights will operate on Sundays.
In a statement, the ATA said the European market had “great potential for growth” to Aruba.
“The extra capacity will help the ATA to reach its arrivals targets for Europe for 2016,” it said.