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Around Six Million Passengers Passed Through Keflavik Airport in 2022
Approximately six million passengers passed through Keflavik Airport in 2022. That is over four million more passengers than in the previous year. A clear case can be made for a post-pandemic recovery to have taken place since 2022 is confirmed as the third busiest year at Keflavik Airport since 2018, which was the busiest in the airport´s history. During 2018, 9.8 million passengers passed through Keflavik Airport.
Extreme weather conditions could affect flights on Tuesday
Flights to and from Keflavik Airport and some regional airports in Iceland might be affected by extreme weather conditions on Tuesday February 7th, 2023. Passengers are advised to arrive early for flight and to monitor flight schedules, weather forecasts and news of weather and possible road closures.
441 thousand Passengers through Keflavik Airport in November
441,721 passengers made their way through Keflavík Airport in November 2022, according to preliminary figures. Multiple airlines, both Icelandic and international, flew to 65 different destinations with Copenhagen, London, Manchester, Paris and Boston being the most popular.