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Flights to Reykjavik

Flights to Reykjavik from the UK

Which Reykjavik airport do flights land in?

There are direct flights from the UK to Keflavik International Airport, situated 31 miles (50km) southwest of Reykjavik.

Are there direct flights between London and Reykjavik?

There are regular direct flights between London and Reykjavik.

How long is the flight from London to Reykjavik?

The flight from London takes approximately two and a half hours.

What is the time difference between London and Reykjavik?

There is no time difference between London and Reykjavik.

Which airlines fly to Reykjavik from London?

WOW Air, British Airways, Icelandair and easyJet fly direct between London and Reykjavik. Indirect flights are available from Scandinavian Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Berlin, Norwegian, Vueling and Iberia.


Flights to Reykjavik from the USA

Are there direct flights between the US and Reykjavik?

There are regular direct flights between the US and Reykjavik, from cities including Washington, Boston, New York, Orlando, Minneapolis and Chicago.

How long is the flight from the US to Reykjavik?

A direct flight between the US and Reykjavik takes between five and eight hours depending on the US city.

What is the time difference between Washington and Reykjavik?

Reykjavik is four hours ahead of Washington DC time.

Which airlines fly to Reykjavik from the US?

Icelandair, WOW Air, KLM and Delta offer direct flights between the US and Iceland. Airlines including Scandinavian Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Berlin, British Airways, Air France, Iberia and American Airlines offer indirect flights between the US and Reykjavik.


Airports in Reykjavik

Keflavik International Airport(KEF)

The airport is situated 31 miles (50km) southwest of Reykjavik.

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