Great expectations in Aruba for this new season

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Great expectations in Aruba for this new season
Tue February 05, 2019

During his participation in CHTA Marketplace we have been able to interview Ronella Tjin Asjoe-Croes, CEO of Aruba Tourism Authority who highlighted that this year will be a success for the destination

 


Aruba has had an important participation within the CHTA Marketplace, an event organized by CHTA in Montego Bay last week. Within the important delegation that has traveled especially from the happy island has stood out the presence of Ronella Tjin Asjoe-Croes, CEO of Aruba Tourism Authority who gave us a few minutes to share with us a review on the current situation in the destination and his impressions about the event The official commented: "We are very happy to be able to show in this event that we are having a great time and we will have a successful season."

"We have had two continuous years of growth, especially in the USA, our main market, and 2019 the idea is to continue increasing our operations there, Canada is our second market and I think we still have a lot to grow there. grow in Europe in countries such as the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy, while Latin America is one of the markets where we see the greatest opportunities.We have a presence in Colombia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil and despite all the complications, we continue to remain in Venezuela that is still an important market for us. "

"We are investing to improve our services, designing new hotels with scheduled openings of first class chains such as AM Resorts and Hyatt that will expand the available accommodation spaces in the coming years, and several important properties will be renewed."

"Infrastructure is a priority for us, although we have managed to have a privileged position in the market, we must offer a safe and attractive destination."

"We will grow in connectivity thanks to the intense work we do with the main airlines of each region, there will be more flights from the United States, Canada, the main countries of Europe and of course Latin America."

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