Reykjavik-Keflavik Airport (KEF)

Airport Overview:

The Keflavik Airport is the main hub for international transportation and is the largest airport in Iceland. It is the hub for Icelandair and is only used for international flights. The airport was built by the US Army during World War II. 

Transportation:

Kemwel has discounted rates on car rental services at the Keflavik airport as well as downtown Keflavik and Reykjavik.

Discounted rates are also offered on Reykjavik airport transfer and chauffeur services.

Taxis are located in front of the Arrivals Hall.

Airport Hotels:

The Flug Airport Hotel is located less than 5 miles to the airport. It is about a 50 minute drive to the city of Reykjavik.

1-800-Fly-Europe also offers hotels in Reykjavik, other areas of Iceland and across Europe.

Information Desks:

Airport information desks are located in the baggage hall, the transit hall, and near the check in counters. There is also a tourism office in the Arrivals Hall. 

Airport Facilities:

Eating and Drinking: There are restaurants, self serve eateries and cafes on both levels of the airport.

Shopping: Duty free and gift shops are located throughout the airport.

Money: ATMs and bureau de change are available at the airport.

Other services: Wireless Internet is available, telephones that work with phone cards are located in the Transit Hall as well as a children's play area.

IATA Code: KEF

Telephone: +354 (0) 425 0600

Address:
Keflavik Airport
235 Keflavik
Iceland

Airport Location: The airport is located approximately 25 miles away from the city of Reykjavik.


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