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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Reykjavik?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $106 and $340 for one-way flights to Reykjavik for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LTN Reykjavik Sep 1 - Sep 15 $106
ARN Reykjavik Jul 10 - Jul 15 $244
BCN Reykjavik Sep 14 - Sep 18 $264
BOS Reykjavik Jul 14 - Jul 19 $333
FCO Reykjavik Aug 16 - Aug 19 $347
EWR Reykjavik Sep 20 - Sep 29 $363
JFK Reykjavik Aug 4 - Aug 11 $398
YYZ Reykjavik Sep 11 - Sep 15 $451
BHD Reykjavik Jul 24 - Jul 29 $547
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LGA Reykjavik Jun 25 - Jun 28 $363
LGW Reykjavik Jun 25 - Jun 27 $365
BCN Reykjavik Jun 25 - Jun 27 $397
BOS Reykjavik Jun 27 - Jul 4 $543
JFK Reykjavik Jun 26 - Jul 4 $573
YYZ Reykjavik Jun 27 - Jul 3 $872
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Reykjavik Flight Information

Traveling toReykjavik
Lowest Price$106
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Airlines ServingVirgin Atlantic, Finnair
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FAQs about Reykjavik Flights

Can I catch a flight to Reykjavik at the moment?

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Which airlines fly to Reykjavik?

Don't wait until later. Book your flight to Reykjavik now. There are 14 airlines for you to pick from, including:

  • Icelandair
  • Air Iceland Connect
  • SAS
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What airport is best to fly into Reykjavik?

You don't want to get stuck with a hefty cab fare to where you're staying after jetting into Reykjavik. The city is serviced by two airports. Look up the flights to both to determine which option suits you best. KEF is 22 mi from the bright lights downtown, while Reykjavik Domestic Airport (RKV) is approximately 1 mi away.

Where to stay in Reykjavik

Finding the right place to stay is a key ingredient for a sensational travel experience. Take your pick of 1,192 properties in Reykjavik and start planning the trip of your dreams!

Is Hallgrimskirkja the main reason for your visit to Reykjavik? To make things a little bit easier, you may want to stay in one of the places nearby! We recommend the Thomsen Apartments and the Hotel Leifur Eiriksson.

Places to visit in Reykjavik

While it can be quite exciting heading off the beaten path when you're somewhere new, sometimes it's fun to do the touristy things to see what all the hype's about — like visiting Hallgrimskirkja in Reykjavik.

Skip all those disappointing tourist traps. Keen sightseers should head straight to noteworthy attractions like Reykjavik City Hall, and National Museum of Iceland.

Reykjavik Harbour is the perfect spot to take a walk by the waterfront. Like some more options? Whether you want to burn off all the scrumptious food you've been eating or just mess about with a few friends, you'll be sure to enjoy your time at Laugardalslaug Geothermal Pool. But there's more. Pretty much every visitor here will hear about Old Harbour at one point or another. It's a popular store.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Reykjavik

Your journey to Reykjavik starts as soon as you've satisfied the security checks. We've summarized a few useful tips to help you get through quickly:

  • Security personnel will ask to see your boarding pass and travel ID as part of their checks. Keep them in a convenient place, so they're ready for inspection.
  • Be aware that metal belt buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you're wearing one, you may be instructed to step back and take it off before moving on.
  • Electronic devices such as laptops, tablets and phones will need to be sent through the X-ray machine separately. Be sure you can get to them quickly.
  • Toothpaste, deodorant and other toiletry items in cream, liquid or gel form need to be stored in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They also need to fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear zip-lock plastic bag.
  • Think about the type of footwear you want to travel in. Slippers are great because they're a cinch to slip out of when you're doing the airport security checks. Try wearing some on your next flight!
  • Stash any multi-tools or other sharp and pointy items in your checked luggage. Security won't permit these on the plane.

Flights To Reykjavik

To take a thermal soak in the world's northernmost city, check out flights to Reykjavik, IS. As you fly into Keflavik International Airport (KEF), be sure to look out the plane's window to catch a glimpse of the breathtakingly blue expanse of Faxafloi Bay. Reykjavik might be one of the smallest capital cities in the world, but don't let its diminutive size fool you: The town is filled with an abundance of things to do and see! During the day, you can take a snapshot of the city's most photographed attraction, Tjornin Pond, and throw the resident birds a few crumbs of bread. When the sun sets, head over to the Imagine Peace Tower to marvel at the dazzling lights and view the words "Imagine Peace" inscribed in 24 different languages. Once night falls, you can check out Reykjavik's famous nightlife that stays hopping until dawn.

Transportation from KEF

Before heading into Reykjavik, you might want to get a good night's sleep at one of the hotels close to Keflavik Int. The airport is located about 30 miles from Reykjavik, which translates to a roughly 45-minute drive, and many passengers on Reykjavik flights choose to take advantage of the airport's flybus services to reach the city and major hotels. After passing through customs, you'll see a flybus ticket office on your right. There's also a flybus ticket auto-mat near the terminal's exit. If you want, you can also take the bus, which has a stop that's a short five-minute walk from the airport terminal. Rental cars, chauffeur services, and taxis can be hired at the terminal to whisk you into the city and to your hotel.

Soak Up Reykjavik

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*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.