Tiara Air’s Boeing 737-300. Photo courtesy of Tiara Air.

I think more airlines should be named after the kids of their founders. Imagine how much more personal an airline like American would be if it had a name like “Nicole Airlines.”

Tiara Air, based at Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba, was founded by Alejandro Muyale and named for his daughter Tiara Muyale. Tiara (the airline) flies to locations in the Carribean and South America, with newly added routs to Caracas, Maracaibo, Fort Lauderdale and St. Maarten. Yes, U.S. citizens, that means Tiara can now make your Aruba dreams come true!

The airline flies two Short 360 twin-engine turboprop aircraft and the Boeing 737-300 seen here.

The livery on this plane is somewhat predictable, though festive. Yellow and blue cheatlines run down the length of the fuselage, with the word “Aruba” and a red star slapped, somewhat awkwardly, onto the forward section. It looks cool, and leaves no question as to the destination of the plane. The blue tail includes the company logo and, what else, a tiara.

What do you think of Tiara Air’s livery on its 737-300?

This story written by…Travis Griffith.Travis is a published author and professional writer who believes in driving fast, flying high and living today like there’s no tomorrow. Automobiles, aviation and travel top the long list of his varied interests.

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Livery looks to amateurish IMHO. You missed the newest routes they added just recently to MDE and to AXM in Colombia…..

Travis Griffith

Thanks for adding the missing routes, David! Much appreciated.

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Yellow and blue cheatlines run down the length of the fuselage, with the word “Arbua” and a red star slapped, somewhat awkwardly, onto the forward section.

Please correct spelling above. 🙂

An interesting note, the first flight to FLL arrived late and was diverted to MIA because customs had closed for the night. The passengers were then shuttled to FLL to meet their families or rent their cars.

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