Find a flight to Iceland

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How to get to Icland?

There are only two ways you can get to Iceland; Fly or Sail.

Iceland is located between Europe and America, directly in the path of the majority of all flights between the two continents. Keflavik international airport is therefore one of the most sought-after transit airports on this route. It has, however, become very popular, for travelers on their way from America to Europe (or vice versa), to have a stopover in Iceland for a few days and enjoy the many Experiences local companies offer. Here at Iceland Travel Center, you can choose from various activities and experiences. From Whale Watching Tours to Glacial Exploration Tours or if you prefer a private tour on the famous Golden Circle.

In the summer of 2021, the availability of flights to and from Iceland will increase as airlines start to recuperate from the Covid pandemic. We have partnered with some of the most reliable airlines in the world through Kiwi.com. Already there are direct flights from many of the largest cities in the USA.

Keflavik International Airport

Since the new terminal building was opened in 1987 the number of passenger has increased dramatically which has called for an on going development and construction.

The KEF airport has been operating since 1943, during the Second World War. It is located in the southwest corner of Iceland about 50 km (31 miles) from the Reykjavik City Center. 

Transport to and from the airport

A steady transport is available by bus, from your flight to Iceland, to and from the airport and costs around kr.3.500 (28.64 USD). Takes around 45 minutes.

Available are also private transport by taxi or private transport. Cost you from around kr.7.000 (57.00 USD). You can also pick up a rental car from the airport.


ENTRY REQUIREMENTS – VISAS &

PASSPORTS

Before you book your flight to Iceland

CITIZENS OF SCHENGEN AREA
The countries that participate in the Schengen Agreement are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, and Malta. Some of those countries have a direct flight to Iceland.

Travel between these countries is, in principle, without border checkpoints and controls. Nonetheless, we always recommend traveling with your passport.

CITIZENS OUTSIDE SCHENGEN AREA
All other visitors are required to have a passport or other travel document accepted by Icelandic authorities. It has to be valid for at least three months beyond the intended stay.

VISAS
Please consult with the Icelandic Directorate of Immigration for countries that are exempt from visa requirements and, if needed, locations of embassies that can issue visas. In most instances, Danish embassies can handle visa applications on behalf of Iceland.

Citizens of Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand do not need visas to visit Iceland.

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