Keflavik International Airport
The largest airport in Iceland, Keflavik International Airport is located just two miles (3.1km) outside of Keflavik, and 31 miles (50km) from central Reykjavik. Keflavik International Airport is the primary airport for international flights to Iceland, operating routes to destinations including New York, London, Amsterdam, Seattle, Washington DC, Paris, Barcelona and Oslo. The facility is small, with a single terminal (named for famous Icelandic explorer Leifur Eiriksson). Keflavik International Airport is known for its efficient processing times and friendly staff; there is a selection of shops and restaurants.
The airport is situated 31 miles (50km) southwest of Reykjavik.
Getting to the city
The Flybus service leaves Keflavik Airport 35 to 40 minutes after the arrival of each flight, stopping first at the BSI Bus Terminal and then proceeding to Hafnarfjordur and Gardabaer en route to Reykjavik.
There are onward transfers aboard smaller buses available to all major hotels, the Youth Hostel, Laugardalur camping area, and the domestic airport at the BSI Bus Terminal. Taxi companies also operate from a rank outside the arrivals hall.
No GMT offset.
Tel: +354 425 6000
Hertz, Budget, Europcar and Avis are represented at the airport.
There are a number of taxi companies operating directly outside the arrivals hall.
The terminal offers an exchange bureau, restaurants, a children's playground, duty free stores, baby-changing facilities and an information desk. The terminal is designed for easy access for the disabled.
Short and long-term parking is available. Short-term rates come at a cost of ISK 500 for the first hour and ISK 750 per hour thereafter, with daily rates at ISK 1,750 per day.
Free WiFi is available throughout the terminal.
There is a business lounge available to passengers of Icelandair.
Keflavik International Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.