Simple Flying - Daniel Martinez Garbuno
The airport currently has around 575 weekly flights operated by 26 airlines.
Iceland’s main airport, Keflavík International Airport (KEF), posted a 101% passenger recovery in July 2022 versus July 2019, fueled by the summer season and high passenger demand.
On average, Keflavík International Airport is currently receiving around 575 weekly flights operated by 26 airlines, according to data provided by Cirium. Icelandair leads the market, with 342 flights or 59.4% of the share. Despite the loss of ultra-low-cost carrier WOW Air, Keflavík already has 2.9% more flights than it did in 2019, and seat capacity has fully rebounded.
In July, the number of passengers passing through Keflavík Airport was higher than in July 2019, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. The airport had 852,431 passengers, a 101% recovery compared to 2019.