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Vestmannaeyjar Airport

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Airport type  Public
Location  Heimaey
04/22  1,160
Address  Dalavegur, Iceland
Elevation  99 m
Serves  Vestmannaeyjar
Operator  ISAVIA
Elevation AMSL  326 ft / 99 m
1,160  3,806
Code  VEY
Phone  +354 481 1969
Vestmannaeyjar Airport
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Vestmannaeyjar Airport (Icelandic: Vestmannaeyjaflugvöllur) (IATA: VEY, ICAO: BIVM) is a two-runway airport on the island of Heimaey, in Vestmannaeyjar (Westman Islands), a small archipelago off the south coast of Iceland. It is also known as Westman Islands Airport.


The main carrier was Air Iceland, which flew multiple daily flights to Reykjavík Airport. However, due to unresolved dispute with local government regarding flight subsidizing, the carrier ended all scheduled activity on 3 August 2010. Currently the main carrier is Eagle Air.

Vestmannaeyjar Airport is supplemented by private flights to Bakki Airport on the southern coast of Iceland, taking approximately seven minutes (depending on the weather) or by about 25-minute flight to Reykjavík Airport.

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During Eldfell's volcanic eruption in 1973, Vestmannaeyjar Airport served as an evacuation point for elderly and patients from the hospital who could not evacuate by boat. After the eruption was over, the tephra provided suitable materials to extend the runways.


Vestmannaeyjar Airport Wikipedia

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