Iceland’s international airport in Keflavik is getting ready for incoming flight traffic over the next couple of months due to the ongoing economical debate in Iceland. This increased media attention, and the positive exchange rate has brought the country to the forefront of cheap travel within Europe.
This favourable exchange rate for foreign travellers to Iceland has lead to an increased demand for tourism, travel and commerce – goods are half the price than that of previous years.
Keflavik International Airport is Iceland’s only international turnstile to the world, and is the starting point for holidays in Iceland. This increased demand for tourism in Iceland has resulted in preparation for a rush of foreign travellers. Keflavik is already preparing by keeping on top of its high quality standards.
The Airports Council International recently awarded Keflavik International Airport as the ‘Best airport in Europe’ within the 2009 Airport Service Quality passenger survey. Passengers mentioned the airport’s facilities and warming atmosphere as being to a high standard, as well as being welcoming and friendly.
To find out more about the services at Keflavik International Airport and flights to Iceland visit www.kefairport.is/english/