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New York to Aruba RT BUSINESS CLASS Airfare from $629 on JetBlue or $640 on AA

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Both JetBlue and American Airlines have round trip, business class airfares travelling from New York's JFK or LGA to Oranjestad Aruba (AUA) for $629 or $640. On JetBlue, it'd be a nonstop flight and on AA it'd make 1 stop.

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$629 on JetBlue's Mint
Departs JFK: Dec 17, 18, 19; March 13, 20; April 17, 20
Returns: 7 day stay minimum

$640 on AA Business Class
Departs LGA: Dec 4-5, 10-13; Jan 3, 7, 31; Feb 20-23, 25-28; then wide availability from March thru Sept 2018 Whee
Returns: 7 day stay minimum

This is bookable on Priceline [priceline.com], JetBlue [jetblue.com] or American Airlines [aa.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

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Aruba is a dangerous place. Don't go unless you want to be the next Natalie Hollaway
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