Annual report 2022
Isavia follows the GRI Reporting Principles in the making of the company’s annual report and issues it in accordance with GRI Standards, the standards of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), as well as GRI-G4 Airport Operators Sector Disclosures. These sector disclosures deal specifically with the challenges and opportunities faced by airports when it comes to sustainability. Consideration is given to the company’s operations and to their impact on the economy, the environment and the community.
Isavia focuses on extensive collaboration with those stakeholders who rely on the services of the company and who are affected by its operation. The operation have an impact throughout the country and on all its inhabitants.
NEWS HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2022
2023 expected to be the third biggest year in the history of Keflavik Airport
Isavia has presented its passenger forecast for the year 2023. The forecast predicts 7.8 million passengers at Keflavik International Airport next year and 2.2 million tourists in Iceland. This would be the third biggest year for the airport.
Jómfrúin opens at Keflavík Airport
SSP Norway, part of the global company SSP Group had the winning bid in a commercial tender for the operation of two restaurants that will be opened at Keflavík Airport in February next year. SSP will run a restaurant in collaboration with the Icelandic company Jómfrúin. SSP will also start operations of a bistro named Elda where the internationally renowned, Reykjavik based master chef Snorri Victor Gylfason, will be in charge of menu development and recipes.
Recognition for Services and Hygiene During the Pandemic
Keflavík Airport, along with 5 other airports, has been selected as one of the best airports in Europe in its size class in terms of service quality. Keflavík Airport is also among the group of 20 European airports receiving special recognition from the Airports Council International (ACI) for hygiene during the past year.
Akureyri Airport implements Automatic terminal information service (ATIS)
Voice ATIS (Automatic Terminal Information Service) has been implemented for Akureyri Airport (BIAR). The objective is to increase service and safety of flights using the airport. ATIS systems are already in use at Keflavik and Reykjavik Airports.