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 has been used by Icelandair, Norlandair, Air Iceland, Mýflug Air and most recently by Eagle Air. A new terminal building was opened at the airport in 1986. 
Construction of the airport started in the summer of 1957. Gullfaxi TF-ISN (a Vickers Viscount 759 airliner from Air Iceland) was the first plane to land on the airport in 1957. Construction of the airport’s terminal building was completed in 1986. 
Coordinates: 65°57′08″N 017°25′33″W
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