TRAVELLING TO ICELAND
Iceland is only few hours travel away from Europe and America. There are several airlines that operate flights to Iceland, here is a list of the major ones:
Icelandair has several websites for the various countries. That includes Denmark (www.icelandair.dk), Sweden (www.icelandair.se), Norway (www.icelandair.no), Finnland (www.icelandair.fi), The Netherlands & Belgium (www.icelandair.nl), United Kingdom & Ireland (www.icelandair.co.uk), North America (www.icelandair.com), and other countries (www.icelandair.net).
There are however many more airlines that fly to Iceland, including:
- WOW air www.wow.is
- Scandinavian airline – www.flysas.com
- easyJet – www.easyjet.com
- norwegian – www.norwegian.com
- Air Berlin – www.airberlin.com
- Transavia – www.transavia.com
- Delta – www.delta.com
- Germanwings – www.germanwings.com
As far as we know these are the only airlines operating flights to Iceland on a regular basis but if you know of others, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will update the website.
In addition there are some charter flights to and from various places.
We recommend www.dohop.com in order to secure your best flight option to Iceland.
The Smyril-line operates a weekly ferry between Iceland, Denmark and the Faroe islands. The ferry lands in Seyðisfjörður, a small village in the East of Iceland which is an approximate 9-hour drive from Reykjavík city. For more information www.smyril-line.com.
On foot, by bike or car:
Well, given that Iceland is an island in the Atlantic and with no close neighbours, this option is not really available!