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secunet supplies first eGates to Iceland
17 Mar 2017
The German company secunet will supply the first automatic border control system (eGates) to Iceland. As part of a co-operation between Isavia, the operator of Keflavik airport, the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police and the Sudurnes district police, the German company will initially ins...
Direct connection between Keflavik and Akureyri
27 Feb 2017
Air Iceland has commenced direct domestic services between Keflavik Airport and Akureyri Airport in North Iceland. The connection will facilitate tourist's access to the North of Iceland.
Isavia Signs Agreement to Deploy Space-Based ADS-B
18 Jan 2017
On the heels of a successful launch of the first ten Iridium NEXT satellites on Saturday, January 14th, Isavia and Aireon have signed a data services agreement about the deployment of Aireon’s space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) service throughout the Reykjavik Oceanic Co...
Isavia’s passenger forecast for Keflavik Airport 2017: Major passenger increase in winter
29 Nov 2016
Last Wednesday, November 23rd, Isavia introduced its passenger forecast for Keflavik Airport for 2017. The forecast projects a great increase in passenger numbers, with 8.75 million passengers expected to travel through the airport in the coming year. The increase applies to arriving and departing ...
Over six million passengers have passed through Keflavik Airport this year
21 Nov 2016
Earlier this month, the six millionth passenger this year was greeted at Keflavik Airport. This is the first time that passengers have reached six million within the same year. Last September saw the arrival of the five millionth passenger, and this is the first time that two such milestones have b...
Record number of passengers through Keflavik Airport
03 Oct 2016
Keflavik Airport recently celebrated the five-millionth passenger going through the airport this year. The lucky ones were Leanna Cheecin Lau and Gregory Josiah Lue from the United States. The airport staff celebrated with with flowers, a flight back to Iceland with WOW Air and a meal from gourmet ...
58% increase in seating capacity in Keflavik airport's winter schedule
06 Sep 2016
Iceland‘s gateway, Keflavik International Airport‘s winter schedule has never before been as busy as the 2016/2017 winter schedule proposes. A total of 14 airlines will fly to 57 destinations with a 58.3 per cent rise in seating capacity over last winter, a record number of more than 3 million seat...
Finnair announces new routes to Reykjavik in the summer of 2017
18 Aug 2016
Between April 11 and October 28, Finnair will fly four weekly flights to Reykjavik. Iceland's lively and modern capital offers an interesting contrast in the land of desolate moonscapes, roiling seas and snow-capped mountains.
Norwegian announces new low-cost flights from London Gatwick to Iceland
17 Aug 2016
Low-cost airline Norwegian continues its UK expansion today, by putting on sale a new route from London Gatwick to Keflavik, Iceland.
Wizz Air announces a Route between KEF and Vilnius
11 Apr 2016
Hungarian Airline Wizz Air has announced a new route from Keflavik Airport (KEF) to Vilnius starting in October 2016. Flights will be operated twice a week all year round on Mondays and Fridays. The airline now has two destinations from Keflavik Airport; Gdansk, Polland and Budapest, Hungary. Vilni...

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