Iceland's Main Airport Plans $1B Expansion

July 2, 2018

A rush of tourists to Iceland has forced the country's state-owned airport operator to rip up its passenger traffic projections as record numbers of visitors descend on the island of hot springs, volcanoes and waterfalls.

The Keflavik International Airport, the entry point for almost all tourists to the country, is working on a roughly $1 billion-expansion to accommodate the crush of travelers and airlines that need more space at what's becoming one of Europe's hottest airports.

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