Keflavik (KEF) Airport

Keflavik KEF Airport Overview

Keflavik International Airport KEF - also referred to as Reykjavik-Keflavik Airport - is Iceland's international airport - (not to be mistaken for domestic Reykjavik Airport RKV, located within city limits of Reykjavik and serving domestic, Greenland & Faroe Islands flights).
Iceland itself is certainly worth a stopover, its people are outgoing & speak English, and the city offers cultural events, gourmet restaurants and stores. Explore Iceland’s unique geysers, geothermal hot springs, waterfalls and bird sanctuaries.

KEF Airport is only 3.1 km west of Keflavik and 50 km southwest from the capital city of Reykjavik.

With two long runways and 2.4 million passengers annually, Keflavik Airport is a hub for Icelandair and Iceland Express. While the entire population of Iceland is no more than 300,000, Keflavik International Airport offers scheduled flights to major cities in the U.S., Canada, and throughout Europe.

The Icelandairhotel (Flughotel - tel. 421 5222) is on-Airport grounds, while three others hotels are nearby (Hotel Keilir 420-9800; Hotel Keflavik 420-7000; and Motel Alex 421-2800).
Leif Ericson Airport has one passenger terminal. 

Current & Future Airport Developments:  The passenger terminal is to be  extended to accommodate 8M passengers a year. The plan is currently in its design phase.


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