The main gateway in Iceland is Keflavik International Airport around 50 minutes’ drive from Reykjavik centre.
Keflavik International Airport is situated about 48 km from Reykjavik and the airport is open 24 hours per day.
Iceland Air, the national airline operator, operates with direct flights from several European and North American cities. Air Iceland, Eagle Air and Air Arctic operate regularly scheduled flights from Keflavik Airport to domestic airports in all parts of the country.
The WOW airline was founded in November 2011 and serves 31 destinations across Europe and North America.
On arrival to Iceland passengers should strolling straight downstairs to the arrival hall where, unlike most international airports, tax- and duty-free goods are available upon arrival.
All retail sale and services operated in the departure hall are located within the duty-free zone and are, therefore, duty- and tax-free.
You will find more bus services are operating between Reykjavík and Keflavík International Airport. You can select between express bus, flybus and public line 55.