Saga Lounge at Keflavik International Airport in Iceland reopened
The Icelandair Saga Lounge at Keflavík Airport in Iceland was recently reopened after receiving a makeover from Icelandic interior designers Eggert Ketilsson and Stígur Steinþórsson.
The newly refurbished lounge is ready to accommodate the masses of Icelandair passengers due to pass through Keflavík Airport this summer.
The brighter, more spacious lounge is accompanied by furniture and decor based on Icelandic nature and culture – the new lounge also honours the airline’s 75-year history with photographs and artwork.
The lounge was strategically reopened in time to accommodate the large number of passengers expected to pass through Keflavík Airport this summer and throughout the year. In 2011, 541,000 foreign tourists passed through Keflavík Airport; a record figure and 18 percent more than in 2010.
In addition, Icelandair’s 2011 passenger numbers reached 1.75 million; a fifth more than the year before. Furthermore, the airline has expanded its flight schedule extensively for 2012 and the new lounge is set to accommodate the increasing volume of Saga Class passengers at Keflavík Airport.
Visit www.icelandair.com for more information about the Icelandair Saga Lounge and the airline’s services.
Icelandair is a leading airline offering flights to and from Iceland, and an attractive option for cross-Atlantic flights. Icelandair provides safe, reliable flights and exceptional service on flights to metropolitan areas on both sides of the Atlantic.
The airline operates out of Iceland, and uses the country's geographical location mid-way between America and Europe, as an opportunity to build an ever-growing network of international routes with Iceland as a hub.
Icelandair is a part of Icelandair Group.