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Curaçao may be under the radar, but it surely isn’t behind the times. We are proud to have a modern international airport and various docking spots for cruise ships. Take advantage of our comprehensive Curaçao travel information for your trip.

You can travel to Curacao by air with direct flights from North America, Europe, and South America or visit Curacao by sea on a cruise or with your own yacht. Before arriving on the island, be sure to fill out your Embarkation-Disembarkation (ED) Card and know what you can bring with you through customs.


Online ED Card

All foreign visitors arriving in Curaçao are required to have a completed ED-card for immigration clearance. At the moment travelers can obtain the ED-card on board of the flights arriving to Curaçao. The Online ED-card can be completed in the comfort of your home before even embarking your flight to Curaçao. By introducing the Online ED-card the amount of time spent in the immigration line will be considerably reduced. The Online ED Card will be in sync with the Automated Border Management System referred to as "eGates".

Please note that you can apply for your online ED-card at least 1 hour prior to departure, and the airport eGates may only be used by those with an EU, US or Canadian passport with chip, who are above the age of 18.

Completing the ED-card
After booking your flight complete the form by filling out all required fields. The form must be completed before departing to Curaçao. After completing the form submit the form by clicking on the ‘save’ button. You will receive an email back confirming your online registration. If possible please print out the online application. This confirmation does not guarantee admission to Curaçao. A border control officer at the port of entry will have the final determination.

For questions regarding the Online ED Card please contact us from Monday to Friday during office hours 7.30 AM - 5 PM (GMT -4) at [email protected].

Clearing Immigration
At arrival, please follow the instructions of the "eGates". The eGate will match your passport with your completed online ED Card in the system.

Complete your ED Card



Curaçao is served by a number of airlines and boasts the longest runway in the Caribbean at 3,410 meters in length and 60 meters in width. The runway is capable of handling almost any type of aircraft including jumbo jets.

Curaçao has daily non-stop air services from the U.S., and daily flights to Venezuela and from the Netherlands. Curaçao also offers flights to Germany,Canada,Brazil, Surinam, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago and St. Domingo, Bonaire, Aruba, and St. Maarten. Connections can be made to any part of the world.

Download the Winter 2018 / 2019 air service schedule.

Curaçao also offers general aviation services at the International Airport of Curaçao. Visitors arriving on their private planes are more than welcome. And there are several companies that provide Curaçao air charters.

Airport departure fees are assessed for International destinations of USD $42.00 (FL. 75.60 and USD $10.00 (FL. 18.00) for transfer.
The fee for Aruba and St. Martin is USD $30.00 (FL 54,00) and Bonaire is USD $ 15.00 (FL 27.00). Children under the age of two (2) are exempted of payment.

The airport departure fee is incorporated in the ticket price for passengers traveling with:

American Airlines
Air Canada
West Jet
Copa Airlines
Surinam Airways
Divi Divi

These passengers do not have to separately pay the airport departure fee.

To / from North America

American Airlines
Promenade Shopping Ctr
Phone: +(5999) 736-7799
Website: www.aa.com

Jetblue Airways
No physical presence.
Book through website
Save on Curacao Vacation packages with Jetblue Getaways. Flights operate on Tuesdays and Saturdays. For more information visit www.jetblue.com/vacations

Air Canada
Book through website or call
Phone:: 1-800-247-2262
Website: www.aircanada.com

West Jet
Phone: 1-877-737 7001

Phone: 1-877-786 9464
+(5999) 461-1076

To / from Europe

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Phone: +(599 9) 869 0195
Website: www.klm.com

Schottegatweg Oost 78
Phone: +5999 8488-TUI (+5999 8488-848)
Website: www.tui.cw

Condor Flugdienst GmbH
Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49 180 6767767
Website: www.condor.com

To / from Latin America

Aerolineas Estelar
Phone: +(58) 212 266212
Website: www.flyestelar.com

Hato International Airport
Phone: +(5999) 839-1182
Website: www.avianca.com

Avior Airlines
Phone: +(5999) 839 1111
Website: www.aviorairlines.com

Copa Airlines
Phone: + (1) 877 389 3606
Website: www.copaair.com

Surinam Airways
F.D. Rooseveltweg 505
Phone: +(5999) 868-9600
Website: www.flyslm.com

To / from Caribbean

Aserca Airlines
Plasa Margareth Abraham
Phone: +(5999) 839-1217
Website: www.asercaairlines.com

Avior Airlines
Hato International Aiport
Phone: +(5999) 839 1111
Website: www.aviorairlines.com

Divi Divi Air
Hato International Airport
Phone: +(5999) 839-1515
Website: www.flydivi.com

EZ Air
Phone: +(5999) 796 3939
Website: www.fly-easyair.com

Surinam Airways
F.D. Rooseveltweg 505
Phone: +(5999) 868-9600
Website: www.flyslm.com



Cruise Ships
Several major U.S. and European cruise lines stop at Curaçao. The island has two docking spots for cruise ships – the mega ships can dock at the Mega Pier and the smaller ships can dock at the cruise terminals within the harbor. All cruise terminals are connected to the city's main shopping and business areas. Curaçao seaports are all natural, sheltered ports that offer safe, fast, efficient and reliable handling of both ships and cargo. Two cruise terminals are located in the Otrabanda section of Willemstad so duty free shopping areas can be easily reached by foot. The Mega cruise ships can dock at the Mega Pier and the smaller ships can dock at the Mathey Wharf, which is the cruise terminal located in the harbor.

We invite you to put Curaçao on your cruising map for your next vacation.

For a complete list of Curaçao Cruise Arrivals, visit www.curports.com.

Do you own a yacht or boat? Enjoy cruising throughout the Caribbean? Then Curaçao is the perfect destination. Our docking facilities are renowned among southeastern Caribbean islands. There’s a huge selection of Curaçao marinas, haul-out yards, and anchorages. There also are many friendly people – speaking in English, Spanish, or Dutch -- to help with your boating concerns. The best part is this is an expanding, competitive market, so prices are reasonable and attractive.

Curaçao also boasts excellent weather. Since we’re below the hurricane belt, our waters are safe during the summer, and we have constant trade winds during the winter. Curaçao is a stunning collection of landscaped gardens, clear coastal waters, and gleaming beaches. Discover the Caribbean’s best-kept secret. See our list of Curaçao's yacht and boat facilities, and marinas.


Customs and Immigration

Visitors should generally not have a problem bringing items for personal use and gifts onto Curaçao. Prescription drugs, particularly if they contain narcotics, should be clearly marked. Unlike in the Netherlands, possession of even the smallest amount of marijuana or other illegal drugs is a serious offense.

If you are traveling with expensive jewelry, you may want to bring a present proof of prior possession such as a receipt of purchase, bill of sale, insurance policy, or jeweler’s appraisal. You may take foreign-made items bearing serial numbers (e.g. cameras, watches, tape recorders, gift and folders for a convention) to Custom Offices for registration before leaving the U.S.A.

Besides articles for personal use, non-residents over 18 years are allowed one liter of liquor, 200 cigarettes, 25 cigars, and 125 grams of tobacco. If you exceed the stated quantity you will have to declare. Additionally, if you wish to carry over $10,000 with you, you will have to declare it.

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