Last year, WOW Air, flew close to 1.7 million passengers, up 130 percent from previous year.
Due to icy conditions, a WOW Air flight to Copenhagen was delayed after a service vehicle slid into the aircraft where it was parked.
How about flying abroad for half the amount you’d pay for a 20-minute taxi ride from downtown Reykjavík?
The world’s largest cargo aircraft, the six-engine Antonov An- 225, is expected in Keflavík International Airport tonight, from Leipzig, Germany.
Due to heavy rain and very windy conditions, all flights of Air Iceland are on hold and Ernir Airlines has canceled all flights today.
The Aviation Color Code for Katla volcano, which was changed to yellow last week due to a series of earthquakes, has been changed back to green.
Long-range Russian bombers flew directly below an Icelandic passenger jet en route from Keflavík to Stockholm on Thursday.
Friday afternoon, 130 Icelandic rescue workers were called out because of a passenger jet, which was experiencing engine trouble.
Four US Air Force fighter jets flew across South Iceland this morning. People were surprised at the sight and engine sound but the birds even more so. The Icelandic Coast Guard reported that the jets had had a stopover in Iceland on their way across the Atlantic.
The Association of Icelandic Air Traffic Controllers and Isavia, the company which runs Keflavík International Airport, finally reached an agreement in their wage dispute on Friday.
WOW Air has purchased four new Airbus A321 aircraft, which will be ready for delivery next year and in 2018.
Early this morning, air traffic controllers voted against a new wage agreement with SA-Business Iceland and Isavia.
Supporters of the Icelandic men’s national football team who want to fly to Paris for Sunday’s game against France may have to pay a high price for their flight ticket.
Because an air traffic controller called in sick, Reykjavík Airport was closed between 9 pm last night and 7 am this morning.
The government of Iceland decided at a cabinet meeting today to present a parliamentary resolution to bring the protest actions among air traffic controllers, a ban on overtime work and training new recruits, to an end.
Passengers traveling through Keflavík International Airport tonight through June 3 are asked to show up at the airport three hours before departure while the airport adapts to a new baggage handling system.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has voiced its concern regarding the consequences of the overtime ban of Icelandic air traffic controllers, according to Morgunblaðið.
Because of an overtime ban among air traffic controllers, there will be no flights to and from Keflavík International airport between 2 am and 7 am tomorrow morning.
Starting at the end of October, the UK’s flag carrier, British Airways, will start daily flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in Iceland—increasing its existing thrice-weekly service which it has been running since last autumn.
A British Airways flight was diverted to Keflavík International Airport on Tuesday morning after a man reportedly attempted suicide in the jet’s lavatory.
Keflavík Airport was closed for passenger flight overnight due to an overtime ban of air traffic controllers.