Isavia´s safety week
Great participation was at Isavia's safety week, which was held from October 14 to 18. This is the second time a special safety week has been held where various events are being held to promote knowledge and awareness regarding safety issues. This time, lectures and training sessions on safety were offered. Isavia staff were invited to visit airport services and at the Keflavik airport tower. There was also education on how the suitcase travels through the airport and special FOD flights at Keflavík Airport and the airports in Reykjavik and Akureyri.
Isavia participates in collaboration on land use near Keflavik Airport
Elín Árnadóttir, Deputy CEO of Isavia, signed a letter of intent on cooperation on planning, development, utilization and marketing of land in the vicinity of Keflavik Airport. In addition to Isavia, Bjarni Benediktsson, Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs and representatives of Reykjanesbær and Suðurnesjabær signed the declaration. The statement from the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs states that the letter of intent is signed in the light of growth in tourism and aviation activities, together with a major development at Keflavik Airport, which has transformed the status of business, labor market and community in the surrounding area.
KEFLAVIK Airport will end CARBON EMISSIONS BY 2050
At the 29th Annual Meeting of ACI EUROPE, the European Division of the Airport Council International, Sveinbjörn Indriðason, CEO of Isavia, signed a commitment that Keflavik Airport will cease all carbon emissions in its direct operations by 2050. This statement was issued at the same time ACI EUROPE formally announced the NetZero 2050 commitment of airport operators. This means that the airports will stop carbon emissions in their operations by 2050 at the latest.
NEW Stop LIGHTs TAKEN IN USE AT Keflavik AIRPORT
New stop lights, or so-called stop-bars, where introduced at Keflavik Airport in the fall of 2019. The inauguration took place during Reykjanesbær Lights Night, the towns cultural and family festival. The festival was celebrated for the twentieth time this year. Isavia is one of the backers of the festival and has been for the past few years.
OPTICAL STUDIO and MATHÚS winners of service awards
In recent years, Isavia has rewarded operators at Keflavik International Airport for outstanding services. Shops and restaurants are rewarded for excelling in the service of passengers traveling through the airport. Among other things, consideration is given to how salespeople approach customers and whether both products and price information are accessible. This time, the retail service award was awarded to Optical Studio optical store. The restaurant service award was awarded to Mathús, run by Lagardére. The conclusion, as before, is based on market research and surveys conducted at Keflavík Airport.
Isavia CSR report wins Report of the year
Festa - Center for Corporate Social Responsibility, Governance and Commerce of Iceland awarded Isavia an award for the CSR Report of the year. A total of 29 nominations were received for 16 companies. The purpose of the recognition was to encourage companies to set measurable goals and regularly publish, in a high-quality manner, information on how corporate social responsibility and sustainability in business operations deliver them and the community increased benefits. We at Isavia thank you very much for the honour we were shown with the awards for this year's CSR Report. A number of Isavia employees made a great effort to report clearly and easily accessible what Isavia stands for in our community.