Iceland Travel Guide - How to get to Iceland

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Getting to Iceland is easier than many might think. It is well connected with frequent flights to destinations in US & Europe. The flight time is only 3 hours from London, 6 hours from New York and Toronto. 


Airlines serving Keflavik International Airport (KEF):


Icelandair: Flights from selected gateways in Europe and North America:

USA - Anchorage, Boston, Denver, Minneapolis/St Paul, New York (JFK and EWR), Orlando Sanford, Portland, Seattle, Washington D.C.

Canada - Halifax, Toronto, Edmonton, Vancouver

Europe - Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Russia

 

WOW AIR:  Low-fare flights from selected gateways in Europe and USA

USA - Washington D.C., Boston

Europe - Denmark, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Austria, Lithuania, Poland


SAS:  Flights from Copenhagen (DK), Oslo (NO), and Stockholm (SE); SAS is also a code share partner with Icelandair


In addition, the following airlines offer a limited number of seasonal flights to Iceland:

Delta: From New York City (USA), June‒September

Primera Air:  From Billund (DK) and selected cities in Spain, April‒September

German Wings:  From Stuttgart and Cologne (DE), June–September

Niki Luftfahrt: From Vienna (AT), June–August

Austrian:  From Vienna (AT), June–August

Air Berlin:  From selected cities in Germany, May–September

Norwegian:  From Oslo (NO), June–October

EdelweissAir:  From Geneva and Zurich (CH), June–August

Travel Service:  From Budapest (HU) and Prague (CZ), April–May

Transavia:  From Paris (FR), May–September

Easy Jet: From London (UK), April–October

Vueling: From Spain To Iceland (TBA)

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