Keflavik International Airport is the best airport in Europe according to the 2009 Airports Council International passenger quality survey.
The airport features comfortable modern passenger and commercial facilities with extensive capacity on the North Atlantic and polar routes linking Europe and Asia with North America. It serves the capital city of Iceland, Reykjavik, and is an international hub of major importance for scheduled operations and technical stops.
The runways are equipped with CAT-II instrument landing system which allows for a 100 ft. decision height from two directions and a CAT-I instrument landing system which allows for a 200 ft. decision height from the other two directions.
Fourteen passenger carriers and three scheduled cargo carriers operate at Keflavik International Airport during the summer season. Icelandair, Iceland Express and SAS provide year-round scheduled service.
Keflavik International Airport is operated by ISAVIA Ltd., a private limited company with 100 percent government ownership.
|Schedule. Time||Estimate. Time||From||Flight Nr.||Status|
|10:45||10:02||Hanover \ Hanover||ST5012||Confirm. 10:02|
|Sch. Time||Est. Time||To||Flight Nr.||Status|
|07:25||07:39||Frankfurt Main||FI520||Departed 07:32|
|07:30||07:45||Helsinki Vantaa||FI342||Departed 07:33|
|07:40||07:48||London Heathrow||FI450||Departed 07:42|
|07:35||07:51||Stockholm Arlanda||FI306||Departed 07:38|