Whether it’s your first visit or you’re an experienced Iceland traveller, explore this website in order to make the most of your trip.
Located in the North Atlantic Ocean midway between North America and Europe, Iceland is an ideal year-round destination that is easily accessible and closer than you think. Typical flight times are 3 hours from London or 5 hours from New York. Virtually all international arrivals come through Keflavik International Airport (KEF), and transfer to Reykjavik city center (50km/31mi) takes about 45 minutes by car or bus. For information on Visa requirements please visit our Practical Information pages.
Icelandair is the national air carrier of Iceland, operating flights to Europe and North America out of its hub at Keflavik International Airport in Iceland. Icelandair offers passengers the ability to Stopover in Iceland for up to 7 days en route to any Icelandair destination at no additional airfare. As the only tour operator in Icelandair Group, Iceland Travel offers a wide selection of Iceland Stopover Packages. For further information visit www.icelandair.com.
Year round flights to: Boston (BOS), New York (JFK), Seattle (SEA), Denver (DEN), Tampa (TPA), Chicago (ORD), Vancouver (YVR), Edmonton (YEG) and Toronto (TOR)
Seasonal service to: Washington Dulles (IAD), Minneapolis (MSP), Orlando (SFB), Philadelphia (PHL) Anchorage (ANC), Montreal (YUL) and Halifax (YYZ)
Year round flights to: Amsterdam (AMS), Bergen (BGO), Copenhagen (CPH), Frankfurt (FRA), Glasgow (GLA), Geneva (GVA) Helsinki (HEL), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), Manchester (MAN), Munich (MUC), Oslo (OSL), Paris (CDG), Stavanger (SVG), Stockholm (ARN),
Seasonal service to: Barcelona (BCN, Billund (BLL), Brussels (BRU), Gothenburg (GOT), Madrid (MAD), Milan (MXP), Hamburg (HAM), Trondheim (TRD), Zurich (ZRH)
Icelandair has Codeshare agreements with: SAS, Finnair, Alaska Airlines, and JetBlue
WOW Air is an Icelandic airline operating flights out of Keflavik International Airport in Iceland to a number of cities in Europe. For further information visit www.wow.is.
Year round flights to: London (LGW), Copenhagen (CPH), Berlin (SXF), Paris (CDG), Warsaw (WAW), Alicante (ALC), Amsterdam (AMS), Barcelona (BCN), Boston (BOS), Dublin (DUB), Edinburgh (EDI), Frankfurt (FRA), Los Angeles (LAX), Montreal (YMX), New York (JFK), San Francisco (SFO), Stockholm (ARN), Tenerife (TFS), Toronto (YYZ) and Washington D.C. (IAD)
Seasonal service to: Bristol (BRS), Brussles (BRU), Cork (ORK), Dusseldorf (DUS), Lyon (LYS), Milano (MXP), Salzburg (SZG), Stuttgart (STR), Vilnius (VNO), Zurich (ZRH), Gran Canaria (LPA), Miami (MIA) and Pittsburgh (PIT),
There are a total of 14 international air carriers with direct flights to Iceland, listed below.
Air Berlin: www.airberlin.com
Air Greenland: www.airgreenland.com
Austrian Airlines: www.austrian.com
Delta Air Lines: www.delta.com
Edelweiss Air: www.edelweissair.ch
Niki Luftfahrt: www.flyniki.com
Norwegian Air Shuttle: www.norwegian.com
Primera Air: www.primeraair.com
Thomas Cook Airlines: www.thomascookairlines.com
Reykjavik Airport is located in the city center and is the hub for domestic flights in Iceland, as well as flights to and from Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Facilities include car rental, taxi stand, local bus transport and a cafe. For further information on the airport visit www.isavia.is. There are two domestic air carriers in Iceland:
Air Iceland is the leading domestic airline in the country and a member of Icelandair Group. Air Iceland offers international flights to Greenland and the Faroe Island as well as scheduled domestic flights within Iceland to: Akureyri, Egilsstadir, Grimsey, Isafjordur, Reykjavik, Thorshofn and Vopnafjordur. For further information visit www.flugfelag.is
Eagle Air is an Icelandic airline with 38 years of flying experience in Iceland. Eagle Air offers scheduled service within Iceland to: Bildudalur, Gjokur, Husavik, Saudarkrokur, and the Westman Islands. For further information visit www.eagleair.is.
The Smyril Line maintains a regular scheduled cruise and car ferry service to Iceland from Denmark and the Faroe Islands. The town of Seydisfjordur on the eastern coast is the arrival port for the Norrona ferry from Europe. Anyone bringing a vehicle to Iceland must bring registration, proof of insurance, and a valid drivers' license. A temporary import permit for the car, valid for 1 month, is issued at the port of entry and can be extended. For further information visit www.smyrilline.
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