Direct flights to Keflavik

Experience the incredible nature of Iceland – pay Reykjavik a visit. Here you can learn more about the destination and find all direct flights available.

Keflavík International Airport is the largest airport in Iceland. In total there are 90 airports with direct flights to Reykjavik from 27 different countries and 19 U.S. states. You can easily reach Reykjavik with daily non-stop flights from 8 major hubs like Chicago (United), Helsinki (Finnair) and Frankfurt (Lufthansa). In Iceland, the airport is called Keflavíkurflugvöllur.

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The small town of Keflavik sits in the Reykjanes region of Iceland in the southwest part of the country some 36 kilometres from Reykjavik. There is certainly plenty to do in the region from whale watching in the summer months to skiing in the winter months. The area is filled with natural attractions to explore including endless steaming springs and geysers.

Find a direct flight to Keflavik

The airport in Keflavik is fairly well connected to both Europe and the US. When it comes to direct flights there are a bunch of airports to choose from – by following the links below you find some of the best options.

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What to see in Reykjavik

The most popular visitor spot in the region must surely be the ‘Blue Lagoon’, an incredibly beautiful spa with naturally heated mineral-rich waters. Famous for its turquoise colour and its reputed medicinal benefits, you can bathe in its waters for an amazingly relaxing experience.

Why not treat yourself to a massage or spa beauty treatment to finish off the experience. For those who want to partake in some skiing head for the Skalafell and Blafjoll mountains, both offering a range of ski slopes for the beginner to the more experienced. Hikers too, can enjoy the mountains in the warmer summer months.

Whilst on your tour around the area, don’t forget to see the majestic and magical waterfall Gullfoss where, on a sunny day the spray creates a rainbow of colours over the gorge. Equally, you won’t want to miss the hot springs of Geysir or Strokkur geyser which erupts at regular intervals.

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Reykjavik climate

Thanks to the Gulf Stream, Iceland enjoys a cool temperate ocean climate: cool in summer and fairly mild in winter. However, the weather is very changeable and tourists should be prepared for the unexpected. Average temperature: January 0°C/35 F - April 6°C/42 F - July 13°C/56 F - October 7°C/44 F.

Major airlines with daily flights to Reykjavik
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Yes you can fly to Reykjavik from 14 different US airports.

There are 27 airlines with direct flights to Reykjavik. Icelandair, Scandinavian Airlines and Star Air are the most popular ones.

All 3 big alliances are flying to Reykjavik. Star Alliance, Oneworld and SkyTeam.

The IATA code is KEF and the ICAO code is BIKF.

You can fly daily from 8 different airports hubs to Reykjavik. Including Chicago & New York with United, Helsinki with Finnair and Oslo & Copenhagen with SAS.

Depends where you are flying from. It takes 7h 40min from Seattle (SEA) and 1h 30min from Faroe Islands (FAE).

There are 2 airports in Reykjavik with scheduled flights.

The airport with the most scheduled flight is Keflavík International Airport (KEF).

It depends on where from and when you are flying. The average one-way ticket price according to our data is $231.
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