Some 7.8 million passengers are expected to pass through Keflavik Airport next year, Iceland’s main air travel hub. The traffic, should it materialise, would exceed the 2019 number by half a million and would be the third most on record, said Isavia, Iceland’s national airport and air navigation service provider. The north Atlantic island is expecting a near-record number of tourists in 2023, Isavia added, just short of the annual record set in 2018.
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