News and announcements
Construction on a new taxiway at Keflavik Airport might cause increased noise levels
Construction is currently underway on a new 1,200 meter taxiway at Keflavik Airport. The The taxiway will connect the terminal apron to the runway and improve the traffic flow and safety of the runway system at Keflavik International Airport.
5.7 Million Passengers Via Keflavik International Airport this year - A 79% Recovery from 2019
Isavia’s predictions for the number of passengers expected to pass through Keflavík Airport for the rest of 2022 have been published. This is the first forecast for Keflavik Airport since before the pandemic. Isavia’s 2022 passenger forecast projects that the total number of passengers passing through the airport will be 5.7 million, which is 79% of the number of passengers in 2019.
Traffic at Keflavik Airport approaching pre pandemic numbers
Air traffic through Keflavík International Airport is now growing rapidly after a sharp contraction that began due to COVID-19 in the first half of 2020. The scope of operations at Keflavík International Airport has been growing day by day in recent weeks. In April, the number of passengers passing through Keflavík International Airport was 82% of what it was in the same month in 2019.