Cheap Flights to Iceland

Cheap Flights to Iceland

Highlights of Iceland

One of the most beautiful countries on earth, the Republic of Iceland is a European island nation located in the North Atlantic Ocean. Iceland is home to the marvels of Mother Nature with icecaps and grinding glaciers, gushing geysers, steaming solfataras, volcanic eruptions carved by glaciers, hot springs, infectious landscapes, towering sea-cliffs, raging rivers, glorious waterfalls, a throng of birds, and cavorting whales.

The capital of Iceland, Reykjavik, is famous for museums and galleries, cafes and world-class restaurants, backed by snow-topped mountains and a wild nightlife! Enjoy the spouting whales at Husavik, white water rafting on Jokulsa-Austari glacial rivers, the town of Isafjorour in rugged Westfjords, awesome sights of Snafellsjokull peaks and glaciers, kayaking in the bohemian Eastfjords village of Seyoisfjorour, lake Myvatn teeming with bird life, hot springs, lava flows and volcanoes. After you rest up from all of that, go hiking in the canyon at the national park of Jokulsargljufur, Europe's most powerful waterfall, visit the fishing village of Siglufjorour, a fine fjord setting in the capital of the North-Akureyri, or explore the hot spring filled ice caves at Kverkfjoll. Iceland is simply astounding, and the best time to visit is from mid-June to August.

Getting to Iceland

The main international airport is Keflavik International Airport, about 30 miles to the west of Reykjavik. Domestic flights, flights to/from Greenland and the Faroe Islands, and flights for business travel operate from the Reykjavik Domestic Airport. Some international flights land at the Akureyri airport.


Keflavik International Airport, KEF, markets themselves as the 'Bridge Between East and West'. KEF has international flights from London's Stansted and Heathrow airports, from Copenhagen, Berlin-Schoenefeld and Boston Logan. International departures are to London Heathrow, Seattle-Tacoma, Boston-Logan, New York's JFK and Orlando-Sanford.


The low cost airlines are: Iceland Express, Air Iceland, and Astraeus. The international carriers flying to Iceland are: IcelandAir, Atlantic Airways, Canadian Western Airlines, SAS Scandinavian Airlines, Air Berlin, Air Mediterranee, Germanwings, Lufthansa, Niki, British Airways, and Flugfelag Islands. The main airlines of Iceland are IcelandAir and Iceland Express, part of the IcelandAir Group. IcelandAir's fleet consists of Boeing 757-200, 757-200PF, 757-300, 300ER, and 787-8; and operates to 25 cities in 12 countries. Iceland Express operates to 17 destinations in Europe. Its fleet consists of Boeing 737-700 and 737 Next Gen.

Other Money-Saving Tips

The cheapest route from Ireland to Iceland is via Ryan air from Dublin to London, and then a connecting Iceland Express flight. IcelandAir operates regular flights to London, Glasgow, Copenhagen, Manchester, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Boston, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, and Toronto (seasonal). During summer, flights are to Barcelona, Bergen, Berlin, Gothenburg, Halifax, Helsinki, Madrid, Milan and Munich. Iceland Express maintains all year round flights to London (Stansted airport and Gatwick airport), Copenhagen, Alicante, Berlin, and Warsaw. In winter, flights are to Friedrichshafen; and in summers to Barcelona, Basel, Billund, Eindhoven, Frankfurt (Hahn airport), Friedrichshafen, Gothenburg, Paris, and Stockholm. Iceland Express flies in summer between Copenhagen and Akureyri, North-Iceland.

In Closing

Iceland offers river rafting, hiking, glacier and boat tours, fishing, horseback riding, whale watching and swimming in the world's hottest cool place.

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