Volcanir eruption on Reykjanes peninsula.
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Isavia issues aeronautical chart for Iceland and aerodrome terrain- and obstacle chart for Keflavík(BIKF), Reykjavík(BIRK), Akureyri(BIAR) and Egilstaðir(BIEG)

Aerodrome terrain- and obstacle chart (electronic) - ICAO:

Aeronautical Chart

A printed aeronautical chart at the 1:500,000 scale was released in December 2021. Printed charts are available from Isavia, and information regarding the prices can be found in the AIC - Price List. Aeronautical charts can also be found in the Aeronautical Information Publication in section AD 2.24 for each aerodrome.

To order printed charts, please send an email to the following address: ais@isavia.is.

List of corrections on the printed visual flight chart

May 2024

NDB BL removed

Obstruction lights on windmills by Búrfell removed.

Restricted areas BIR2 and BIR3 removed.

Access Aeronautical Chart


PDF version of the Iceland Aeronautical Chart - ICAO is published by Isavia Ltd., for information purposes for visual flight. The chart is updated as deemed necessary. Each edition has its publication number, and it is the user's responsibility to keep track of new editions. The use of the chart is the user's responsibility. The chart is based on the information provided by Isavia Ltd. Isavia Ltd. does not take responsibility for any errors or omissions in the chart and shall not be liable for any loss, injury, or damage resulting from its use.

The chart is exclusively issued for private or corporate use. Unauthorized distribution, reproduction, or sale of the chart for payment is prohibited.

For additional data and the latest information, please see NOTAM and the Aeronautical Information Publication of Iceland.

Additional information

The PDF version of the aeronautical chart is created to meet the needs and preferences of users for aeronautical charts that are usable on computers and smart devices. The PDF version of the aeronautical chart is georeferenced, allowing users to view and search for coordinates, for example, in Adobe Reader.

For smart devices, one can, for instance, refer to the PDF Maps application, which enables users with GPS-enabled smart devices to view real-time positioning on the chart, search for locations, draw routes, and much more. The application is available for both Android and iOS. Further information about the application can be found here: http://www.pdfmaps.com/.