The German company secunet will supply the first automatic border control system (eGates) to Iceland. As part of a co-operation between Isavia, the operator of Keflavik airport, the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police and the Sudurnes district police, the German company will initially install and put into operation twelve eGates at Keflavik International Airport in summer 2017.
Passenger traffic through Keflavik Airport 2015.
25,6% increase compared to 2014
Number of flights through the Reykjavik Control Area 2015.
11,5% increase compared to 2014
The Reykjavik air traffic control area is among the largest in the world.
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