Keflavik International Airport in Iceland has been referred to as the central hub for travel within the Atlantic, as Iceland’s number one airline, Icelandair, provide connecting flights to over twenty destinations throughout Scandinavia, Mainland Europe, North America, and the United Kingdom.
Iceland’s international airport, as well as being the central hub for travel, was appointed the best airport in Europe for the first 9 months of 2009 by ACI’s (Airport Council International) Airports Service Quality survey. Around 130 airports take part in the survey and it is consequently the world’s leading airport customer satisfaction standard. Travellers passing through Keflavik International Airport described it as comforting, cosy and with a friendly atmosphere.
Most of the travellers passing through Iceland’s airport are using Icelandair’s excellent service, with transatlantic and European flights into and out of Iceland connecting to over 20 destinations.
Just like Keflavik Airport, Icelandair offers a comfortable, cosy and friendly atmosphere on all flights, making sure that every journey is an enjoyable and relaxing one. Each and every Icelandair flight provides each passenger with sufficient leg space, complimentary drinks, a range of snacks and also free access to the touch screen in-flight entertainment system situated in the back of each headrest for ease of use. The entertainment system allows access to a wide selection of movies, programmes, computer games and music.