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€599 WoW! Fare to Aruba with KLM Saves 45%

€599 WoW! Fare to Aruba with KLM Saves 45%

Your clients can fly from Dublin with KLM to Aruba for just €599 return (including taxes) for bookings made on Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th April 2014. This latest WoW! fare offers a 45% discount and is available for an open travel period. Air France WoW! Fares

 

Sitting off the coast of Venezuela, Aruba remains an unspoiled gem in the Caribbean. With its clear waters and sprawling beaches, the island offers the perfect location for families and couples alike. Aside from its convenient offering of bars, restaurants and shops, there is plenty for those in search of a little adventure, history, and culture too. The sun-kissed waters are a snorkeler’s dream, while the various landmarks revealing the island’s Dutch colonial history, and the pretty capital of Oranjestad, leave much to be explored.

KLM offers convenient and seamless global travel for leisure and business passengers, across more than 200 worldwide destinations, via its hub at Amsterdam Schiphol. With quick and easy Internet check-in facilities, passengers can avoid the airport queues, choose their seats, and check-in online as early as 30 hours prior to departure.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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