As Iceland is an island in the middle of the North Atlantic, the only way to get there is to either fly or sail (see more info)

If you are traveling from USA there is only one airline, Icelandair, that provides direct service to Iceland. Icelandair departs the United States from Boston, New York City (JFK International), Minneapolis-St. Paul, and Orlando, Florida. Icelandair also flies out of Canada, with daily departures from Halifax, Nova Scotia and Toronto.

There are three airlines that fly from Europe to Iceland. Icelandair departs from many of the major airports in continental Europe and the UK, such as Amsterdam, Paris, London, Berlin, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Glasgow, and Barcelona (click here for a complete list). Iceland Express flies from Stansted (outside London), Paris, Copenhagen, Warsaw, Barcelona and many other locations in Europe (click here for a complete list). SAS Airlines also has direct flights into Reykjavik from Oslo, Norway.

All international flights arrive in Keflavik International Airport, which is a 40 minutes drive from Reykjavik. Flybus offers a shuttle bus service between Reykjavik and the airport at a reasonable rate.

There is also a ferry service from mainland Europe to Iceland. The Nordic Ferry, Smyril Line,



Marine Education in Iceland, University of Iceland, Askja Sturlugata 7, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland