Flights to Iceland


Your amazing trip to Iceland is only 3 - 4 hours away from continental Europe and 5 - 7 short hours from North America. There are several direct flights to Reykjavik operated by more than 20 airlines and more than 100 destinations world wide. From many major cities around the world you only need one connection flight to reach Iceland. 

Iceland's international airport is located in Keflavik. If Keflavik is your destination airport, the bus transfer to Reykjavik will take approximately 45 - 75 minutes, depending on the location of your accomodation.

In Iceland there are domestic flights to Westman Islands, Isafjördur, Akureyri and Egilsstadir.


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Icelandair has routes to 43 destinations in Europe, USA and Canada. Among others, Icelandair operates US and Canadian flights from Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Halifax, Anchorage, Seattle, San Francisco, Dallas, Chicago, Toronto, Tampa Bay, Washington D.C., New York and Boston. To see their flight schedule and more destinations you can click here.

If you feel like treating yourself to something special, you can book Icelandair's premium cabin class Saga Premium, to ensure you top-class service and comfort.

Saga Premium guarantees you several worthwhile advantages like 2 checked bags, priority boarding and check-in, seat reservation, as well as additional leg room, Wi-Fi, and lounge access, just to name a few.