A list of all airports in Iceland with information on shopping, dining and duty free.
To plan ahead for your journey to Iceland, you can use Duty Free Information to see what Duty Free shops, boutiques, and products are on offer at the airports in Iceland before you fly. We pride ourselves on the quality of our database and endeavour to have the most up to date information on what shops and boutiques are available to you on your journey at each airport and the airline that you are flying with.
We have a dedicated team of researchers with contacts at every major airport in the world which helps to ensure that our data is kept as up to date and relevant as possible. However, if you do spot something that is incorrect or out of date, then please let us know via our contact form in the the comments on any of our pages and you can help keep the database as accurate as possible.
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Holidaymakers from England will be able to travel to Portugal and Israel from later this month under new guidelines issued by the government. Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Brunei, Iceland and St Helena are also on the ‘green’ list revealed today by transport secretary, Grant Shapps. Gibraltar, the Falkland Islands and the Faroe Islands, as well as South […]
Orlando Airport, Florida (IATA: MCO) has issued a statement warning how the European travel restrictions imposed by President Trump could affect its services. The Presidential proclamation suspends the entry of most foreign nationals travelling to the United States if they have visited countries within Europe’s Schengen zone during the two weeks prior to their scheduled […]
ICELAND. Keflavik International Airport operator Isavia has expanded the use of Veovo flow management technology to ease challenges posed by increasing passenger numbers. The Veovo platform aims to offer airports the ability to “plan, predict and perfect” guest experiences and operations. With fivefold growth in just nine years, and 10 million passengers predicted this year, Iceland’s Keflavik Airport […]
The first Airbus A330neo for low-cost airline WOW air has been rolled out of the paint shop in Toulouse. The Icelandic airline will take delivery of the aircraft on lease from Avolon later in 2018, becoming the third operator of the type world-wide. WOW air is an all Airbus operator with a fleet of 18 […]
Wizz Air has revealed a further expansion of its operations at London Luton Airport with the three new routes to the Greek capital Athens, the Icelandic town of Keflavik, and the Italian port city of Bari, starting in spring 2018. Frequency will also increase on the route to Larnaca in Cyprus to ten flights per […]
Northern Ireland craft gin brand Shortcross has extended its travel retail presence by securing listings in all of World Duty Free’s UK stores. The gin, which launched a year ago in travel retail, is now available at 21 airports across the UK including London Heathrow, London Gatwick and Manchester. Shortcross Gin is produced at Rademon Estate […]