Keflavik International Airport is located in Iceland in the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean. Its location between the European and North American continents provides a convenient stopover for transatlantic flights as well as other fuel stops for all kinds of aircraft. The Airports Council International, or the ACI, surveys the quality and passenger services of about 127 different major international airports.
30 different aspects of customer service are included in the survey. In the latest quarterly report, Keflavik International Airport in Iceland maintains its first class standing, providing exceptional passenger services. Keflavik was also named as Europe’s second best gateway in the most recent survey.
The ACI survey placed Keflavik in first place last year in several important categories, as well as naming it the 8th best airport in the world (for airports serving fewer than 5 million passengers a year).
A little more than two million passengers enjoy the services provided by KEF every year. The restaurants, as well as many other shops before departure as well as on arrival offer great prices on goods that are often lower than anywhere else in Iceland. The friendly staff on the ground also provide a pleasant atmosphere during a passenger or pilot’s stay or stopover in Keflavik. KEF is truly the airport of choice for any passenger and stop over needs.
KEF is the ideal choice for passengers, pilots, and any other transatlantic flights as well as a port of entry to Europe and Iceland. The ACI passenger service survey proves that Keflavik can make the perfect transatlantic hub and stopover point with modern facilities, excellent customer service, and a high level of comfort for the traveller.
For more information, visit www.keflavikairport.com