Beechcraft Kingair 200

The Kingair is a highly efficient turboprop Aircraft capable of high altitudes and high speeds reducing travel time and increasing passenger comfort when flying above weather.

Even though the Kingair possesses the “high and fast” qualities of modern day jets it can land and take off from shorter runways than any aircraft in it’s class.

These Qualities make the Kingair uniquely equipped to serve Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

The aircraft will take you directly from Iceland to most of Greenland, Scandinavia and the UK.

Mýflug Air operates two Kingairs, one is used for charter flights, and the other one is a dedicated ambulance aircraft which handles hospital flights around Iceland. It is also available for special missions if requested.




Engines: (2) P&W PT6A-42 – 850 horsepower (each)

Passenger Seats:
A) – Charter: Up to 9
B) – Ambulance: 4 Seats and 2 patients on stretchers

Cruising Speed: 280 kts (518 km/h)


Cessna 206 Stationair

The Cessna 206 Stationair, often known as the "Sport utility vehicle of the air", is suitable for wide variety of use, such as sightseeing, aerial photography, skydiving and for personal air transport.

Mýflug Air operates two aircraft of this type, which are normally based at our airfield by Lake Mývatn. They are mostly used for sightseeing and an occasional charter flight.

Engine: (1) Continental - 300 horsepower

Passenger Seats: 5

Cruising Speed: 130 kts (240 km/h)