It’s never been easier to get to Iceland.
This year, 27 commercial airlines fly directly to Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport from 78 destinations across Europe and North America. This is a big leap from last year when there were 46 destinations. In 2007, 10 years ago, there were only 18 direct destinations.
The wide range of available destinations with direct flights is a luxury Icelanders are still getting to know. It also makes travelling to Iceland that much easier.
The majority of the direct destinations, 58, are in Europe, eight of which are in the Nordic countries, and two of which are in Greenland. There are 19 North American destinations and one domestic destination, as there are now flights from Keflavik Airport to Akureyri, in North Iceland.
Air Berlin, Air Iceland, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, easyJet, Icelandair, Norwegian, SAS, Vueling, Wizz Air and WOW Air fly to Iceland all year.
Air Baltic, Air Greenland, Atlantic Airways, Austrian Airlines, Edelweiss Air, Eurowings, Germania, Iberia Express, Lufthansa, Luxair, NIKI, Primera Air, Sun Express, ThomsonFly, Transavia and Travel Service however only fly to Iceland part of the year.