The municipal council of Árborg, South Iceland announced possible plans of building an international airport in their community.
Shortly before the opening of Icelandair‘s gigantic ten-thousand square metre hangar in Keflavík Airport, its fire-extinguishing system was tested.
Chris and Joanne Bradley had the distinction of being the 7 millionth passengers to travel through Keflavík International Airport this year.
A new report estimates that ISK 372 billion (USD 3.5 billion/EUR 3 billion) is needed to repair infrastructure in Iceland.
Americans made up almost one third of all those flying out of Iceland from Keflavík International Airport in July.
Reykjavík City Council yesterday approved a cooperative agreement on the construction of a train line between Reykjavík and Keflavík Airport.
An incident which occurred at Keflavík International Airport on Friday afternoon, involving a Boeing 737-800 airplane from Primera Air Nordic, has been defined as a serious aircraft incident by the Icelandic Accident Investigation Commission.
Funding for the maintenance, operation and development of Iceland’s domestic airports will be ISK 200 million (EUR 1.72/USD 1.87 million) lower this year than in 2016.
An Australian tourist, who fell asleep on a coach from Keflavík airport last night, woke up in an empty, dark vehicle hours later.
Isavia, the company that operates Keflavík International Airport, recently signed a contract with Secunet about installing automated border control gates at the airport.
Police were called out to Keflavík International Airport this morning to search for a drunk passenger.
Due to icy conditions, a WOW Air flight to Copenhagen was delayed after a service vehicle slid into the aircraft where it was parked.
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The world’s largest cargo aircraft, the six-engine Antonov An- 225, is expected in Keflavík International Airport tonight, from Leipzig, Germany.
According to a new MMR poll, conducted July 15-22, 49.6 percent of Icelanders plan to travel abroad during their summer vacation.
Early this morning, air traffic controllers voted against a new wage agreement with SA-Business Iceland and Isavia.
Because an air traffic controller called in sick, Reykjavík Airport was closed between 9 pm last night and 7 am this morning.