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Keflavik Airport Closed – Volcano

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Reykjavik’s international airport Keflavik (KEF) has been closed due to the Volcanic activity at The Eyjafjallaj√∂kull glacier.

Icelandair the “flag carrier” has moved it’s hub temporarily to the UK ! – That means that Icelandair’s Transatlantic flights will operate to Glasgow (GLA) and onward connections to Oslo and Copenhagen will also be operated from Glasgow.

Iceland Express has moved it’s operations – again only temporarily – to Akureyri Airport in the North of Iceland. Bus travel to Reykjavik will be provided and a number of flights have changed their operation times. Passengers are advised to expect some congestion at Akureyri Airport as it is only a small mostly domestic airport. Flights are not automatically moved to Akureyri – permission is given by the authorities on a case by case basis.

Akureyri North Iceland Keflavik Airport Closed   Volcano

Akureyri

Distance from Akureyri to Reykjavik?

Bus travel from Akureyri to Reykjavik takes around six hours to complete.

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