New issue of Keflavik International Airport’s business publication released

New issue of Keflavik International Airport’s business publication releasedKeflavik International Airport in Iceland has released a new issue of its business publication Airmail.

Presented in a pleasant digital format, Airmail focuses on business within the airport sector. Airmail brings together the latest news about the airport and its services, alongside articles about Iceland, activities, and related upcoming events.

Issue 5 of Airmail covers a selection of festivities in Iceland and its capital Reykjavik. These include the design festival DesignMarch, the food festival Food and Fun, Easter traditions Iceland, and winter activities in Iceland.

The issue also holds features on Keflavik International Airport’s services, connections, and achievements. In addition, Airmail features high-quality images showcasing the beauty of Iceland.

To view Issue 5 of Keflavik International Airport’s Airmail, visit http://www.kefairport.is/airmail/2013-5/.