Iceland studies airport link

PLANS have been unveiled for the construction of a 50 km rail link between Reykjavik and its international airport at Keflavik. State-owned power and water utility Reykjavik Energy has commissioned a feasibility study from a consortium led by AEA Technology Rail. Other participants are Icelandic construction firm Istak and Transport ...

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