|Caribbean Netherlands||Periods||Inbound tourism per air (x 1 000)|
|St. Eustatius||2019 January*||0.9|
|St. Eustatius||2019 February*||0.8|
|St. Eustatius||2019 March*||0.9|
|St. Eustatius||2019 April*||0.9|
|St. Eustatius||2019 May*||0.9|
|St. Eustatius||2019 June*||0.9|
|St. Eustatius||2020 January*||1.0|
|St. Eustatius||2020 February*||0.8|
|St. Eustatius||2020 March*||0.5|
|St. Eustatius||2020 April*||0.0|
|St. Eustatius||2020 May*||0.0|
|St. Eustatius||2020 June*||0.1|
This table describes the number of tourists visiting Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba. This is only about tourists arriving by plane to the island.
Data available from: January 2012
Status of the figures:
The figures for 2019 and 2020 are provisional. The rest of the figures are final.
Changes as of 28 September 2020:
The provisional figures for the first half of 2020 have been added.
When will new figures be published?
The new figures for the year 2020 are likely to be available in the second quarter of 2021.
- Inbound tourism per air
- Tourists who arrived by plane on Bonaire, St Eustatius or Saba. An airplane passenger is counted as a tourist, when he or she is not registered in the population register of the island in question. So it is not just about people travelling for their ' pleasure ', but also about people travelling for other purposes such as business and health.
Notice that passengers living in Curaçao, Aruba or St. Maarten, and flying to Bonaire, St. Eustatius or Saba, are also counted as tourists. In this table is indicated which share of the tourists from Curaçao, St. Maarten or Aruba is concerned.