Hoppa yfir valmynd


Runway at Keflavik airport

cargo hub between east and west

Fish farming is a growing industry in Iceland. In 2019, Iceland was the number one producer in Europe of farming charr and in 5th place among European countries that produce the most of farmed salmon. It is expected that the industry will continue to grow the next years, and the export of aquaculture products as well. The fish is largely exported to the United States, the Netherlands, Denmark, United Kingdom, Poland, France and Canada.

Currently there are two cargo operators with scheduled traffic to and from Keflavik Airport, Bluebird and Icelandair Cargo. Keflavik Airport has been passenger oriented airport but is putting more emphasis on cargo than before, in line with improving the airport‘s strategy and infrastructure for cargo. Please don‘t hesitate to contact us to discuss cargo opportunities at Keflavik Airport!


Import 42
Export 58

Freight Tonnes

Export Import
2017 7649 7832
2018 11977 11229
2019 13105 9504
2020 23222 13856
2021 23363 14786


Airlines that handle cargo at Keflavik airport