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RSS Tourism

  • Tourism short-term indicators in April 17/04/2019
    According to data from ISAVIA, traffic through Keflavik airport, measured in flight movements and passenger movements, decreased by 13% in March 2019 compared to March 2018. For the same period, count of passengers departing from Keflavik airport decreased by 7%, with a 24% decrease in departure passengers with Icelandic passport and a 2% decrease in […]
  • 1.4% decrease in registered overnight stays in February - Corrected 16/04/2019
    Overnight stays in registered accommodation in February 2019 were 519,000, compared with 526,000 in February last year. Overnight stays in hotels and guesthouses were 418,000 and overnight stays in apartments, youth hostels, campsites etc. were 101,000.
  • 1.5% decrease in registered overnight stays in February 01/04/2019
    Overnight stays in registered accommodation in February 2019 were 567,000, compared with 576,000 in February last year. Overnight stays in hotels and guesthouses were 418,000 and overnight stays in apartments, youth hostels, campsites etc. were 150,000.
  • 1% increase in overnight stays in 2018 29/03/2019
    Overnight stays in all accommodation in 2018 were 10.4 million, compared with 10.3 million in 2017. The greatest increase was in the South 8.6%, and the largest decrease was 8.1% in the Westfjords.
  • Tourism short-term indicators 14/03/2019
    Tourists spending at least one night in Iceland are estimated to be 89% of the foreign passengers counted through airport security at Keflavik Airport in February. Number of overnight visitors in February was 132 thousand and decreased by 8% compared to February 2018.

RSS Fisheries

  • Total catch in March was 118 thousand tonnes 15/04/2019
    The landed catch of Icelandic vessels in March 2019 was over 118 thousand tonnes which is a 25% decrease from March 2018. Pelagic catch decreased since no capelin was caught in the period. Demersal catch was just over 52 thousand tonnes and decreased by 2% compared with March 2018.
  • Value of catch in 2018 was 126 billion ISK 29/03/2019
    The value of catch from Icelandic vessels in the year 2018 was nearly 126.3 billion ISK, an increase of 14.8% compared with 2017.
  • Aquaculture in Iceland 22/03/2019
    There has been a significant growth in aquaculture in Iceland and fish farming activities have quadrupled in the last decade. In 2018, the production was 19 thousand tonnes, which is 1.8 thousand tonnes less than in 2017.
  • Total catch 74 was thousand tonnes in February 15/03/2019
    The total catch of Icelandic vessels in February 2019 was over 74 thousand tonnes which is a 13% decrease from February 2018. Pelagic catch decreased since no capelin was caught in the period.
  • Statistics on whaling and export of whale products postponed 04/03/2019
    Statistics on whaling and export of whale products has been postponed

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