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Þórshöfn Airport is located 3km north of the village of Þórshöfn on the Langanes peninsula in north-east Iceland. Norlandair operates scheduled flights between Þórshöfn and Akureyri Airport five times a week, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.

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We recommend that you arrive at the airport well in advance of departure to avoid queues and so that the airline can keep on schedule. Arriving about 60 minutes before your take-off is a good rule of thumb for this airport.

Passengers are reminded to always bring identity documents (ID).


The heart of Þórshöfn beats in time to the waves, and fishing and fish processing have been the town's main form of occupation throughout the years. Therefore, it is interesting to go for a walk, take a look at harbour life and activity, then perhaps look into the restaurant Báran, and sample their excellent soup made from ocean quahog (Arctica islandica). Fishing for ocean quahog is one of the many things which set Þórshöfn apart from other villages.

Þórshöfn offers excellent services; a health centre, shop, restaurant, a sports stadium, swimming pool, savings bank, petrol station etc. There is also a camping site with facilities for camper vans.

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For further information on Þórshöfn Airport and Isavia’s operations there, you can drop us a line at