Húsavík Airport is a single-runway domestic airport, located 10 km south of the town of Húsavík on the north coast of Iceland. The airport was opened in 1957 and has been served by Icelandair, Norlandair, Air Iceland, Mýflug Air and most recently by Eale Air. A new terminal building was opened at the airport in 1986. The airport is located by the Diamond Circle, a ring road of natural wonders in North Iceland, including Lake Mývatn, Dettifoss Waterfall and Ásbyrgi Canyon.
Eagle Air offers 12 weekly direct non stop flights from Iceland’s capital Reykjavik to Húsavik Airport.
To book your flight to Húsavík, visit the Eagle Air website
To book your accommodation in Húasvík, visit the Húsavík Cape Hotel website