The workforce of the future visits KEF

Students from Fjölbrautaskóli Suðurnesja, the local junior high school, visited KEF Airport last month to better understand the diverse jobs generally available at the airport.


On April 24th, a group of young students from Fjölbrautaskóli Suðurnesja visited the airport to explore the various career opportunities it offers. During their visit, they gained valuable insights into a range of roles available at the airport, such as parking management, customer service, and security. The students had the opportunity to tour the terminal, observe different job functions, and learn about the airport's ongoing development and construction projects. It was clear that both the students and teachers in attendance were happy with the visit and left with a deeper understanding of working at KEF and the opportunities available here.

Significant large-scale projects are currently underway at the airport. These developments will not only accommodate a greater number of passengers but will also enhance the overall passenger experience, from arrival to departure. The airport constantly seeks talented individuals to join its workforce, and it is a pleasure to invite a group of students to explore the airport and discover the opportunities it has to offer.

The visit is part of Isavia's and Mace's efforts to have a positive impact on the local community, where employees from the two companies regularly visit local educational institutions with presentations or projects that benefit students. It is extremely valuable for Isavia and the airport community that staff give their time and energy to a project like this. It is important that the residents of the Suðurnes region, as well as potential future workers, are informed about what is happening at the airport and how it affects the whole community.