- A new temporary annex will house an arrivals border for passengers traveling to Iceland from outside the Schengen Area. This border expedites and improves the processing of passengers entering the region in accordance with new European regulations.
- A new building connecting the North and South Buildings is set to be the heart of Keflavik Airport. All passengers will pass through it; arriving, departing, as well as transiting passengers.
- The new East Wing will expand the terminal by 30%. The expansion improves luggage reception facilities in the new arrivals hall, adds four new gangways, two bus gates, and a larger dining area and duty-free shop.