The fact that Iceland is cheaper to visit now than ever before is a widely reported effect of more favourable exchange rates for tourists. But the country’s main airport is also attracting customers and praise in equal measure – not least for its great value duty free shopping.
Modern travellers on trips abroad are looking for great food, exotic activities, natural splendour and culture. Iceland offers all these things, plus shopping at really low prices with a fabulous exchange rate this season.
The nation’s biggest gateway airport, Keflavik International Airport, rounds off the Iceland experience with a variety of tax free shopping opportunities for the latest fashion brands, luxury foods, design ware, electronics, souvenirs, outdoor clothing and jewellery at extremely convenient prices.
In addition to this, passengers departing Iceland before the 18th September have a chance to win a return holiday in Iceland including travel, accommodation and valuable gifts from airport shops in the Airport’s summer game.
Keflavik International Airport has established itself as a vital mid-Atlantic airport hub with excellent facilities geared up to serve the busy transatlantic and polar routes – as well as cargo and passenger services to and from Iceland itself.
Keflavik ranks in the group of best performing European airports according to ACI survey results. The ACI (Airports Council International) surveys passenger views on over 30 aspects of airport service and Keflavik is currently ranked Europe’s best in several crucial fields, and third overall.
Recent ACI survey results showed that Keflavik International Airport is the most convenient for quick flight connections in Europe; it is Europe’s cleanest and also rated as the most comfortable airport environment.
Further information about any of the services on offer at Keflavik International Airport are available at www.kefairport.com