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Information related to COVID-19 measures at Keflavik Airport

Last updated: September 16, 2021

We’re excited to welcome you back!

To ensure a safe and less stressful visit to the airport it pays to come early and be well prepared to avoid potential delays.
We and our airline partners will do all we can to make your experience as safe and comfortable as possible so please be aware at what time your airline starts check-in. At the airport we start security screening at 4am to help minimize queues.
Here below, you can read about what you can expect in terms of coronavirus safety measures, such as the health declaration, tests and vaccination certificate before you come to the airport.

PREPARE FOR YOUR JOURNEY

There are several coronavirus measures that have been put in place at the airport by the Icelandic authorities that we'd like to prepare you for.

VACCINATED, TESTED OR RECOVERED?

All travelers – regardless of origin – are welcome to visit Iceland if they can show either a certificate of full vaccination against COVID, or a certificate of previous COVID infection.  More information from the directorate of health.

ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS MUST PRE-REGISTER

If you're arriving to Iceland, even if it's just for a brief transit, it is important to fill in a pre-registration form before you arrive. Here you need to enter your personal details, contact information and travel plans. Please note that this form cannot be submitted earlier than 72 hours before your arrival in Iceland.

FIND OUT WHAT RULES APPLY WHEN YOU VISIT ICELAND

Ísland.is offers an online guide to take you through the measures that apply when you visit Iceland, tailored to your specific situation (your vaccination status, nationality, etc).

At the airport most of the shops and food and beverage facilities are open. But opening hours may vary so please check the current opening hours on our shops and restaurants page.


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