Cheap Flights to Reykjavik Keflavik
Iceland's Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF) is located about 50km from central Reykjavik. Reykjavik is known for its geothermal hot pools and Viking history. It is also an excellent spot to view the northern lights, due to its proximity to the Arctic Circle. You can find the cheapest flight to Reykjavik by using Skyscanner's flight search feature. Simply enter "Reykjavik" and the dates you wish to fly and you will be shown the cheapest flights available. If you want to fly to Reykjavik for the cheapest price, and you have some flexibility in your travel dates, then use our cheapest month tool to see which month has the lowest price tickets to Reykjavik.
Iceland can get very cold and dark in winter, but summers are pleasant. The midnight sun in summertime can make for an exciting time full of daylight at nighttime. Summer is best for touring the island, as many roads are closed in the winter, but the darkness of winter provides excellent viewing of the northern lights. Tourists are fewer in the winter, so the island is less crowded. Spring and fall bring wildlife and migrating whales, and the temperatures are comfortable. Iceland's weather is always unpredictable, but the spring and fall seasons are the best time to visit. Early July is usually the cheapest time to fly, and tickets should be booked at least 2 months in advance. If you know when you want to fly to Reykjavik, sign up for price alerts and get notifications when the price for your selected flight rises or falls to help you pay the lowest fares possible.
Keflavik Airport is served by several airlines, including Icelandair, EasyJet, British Airways, WOWair, and Air Iceland. Check out all airlines that fly to Iceland here. The airport is out of town but it is easy to get there. The Airport Express bus runs a return service from the airport to Reykjavik 35-45 minutes after each arriving flight. The FlyBus is located right outside the terminal and regularly makes the 45 minute trip in to Reykjavik. Several taxi companies offer service to the airport, and car rentals are available from four major companies.
Keflavik airport has free wi-fi, and currency exchange is available in both the arrival and departure areas. The airport has shops and restaurants and prides itself on the unique design of the commercial area, which is meant to reflect Icelandic culture. There is only one terminal, so connecting flights are not difficult to find, but at least 90 minutes should be allowed between flights.
Iceland has an abundance of stunning natural areas and a visit to one of the geothermal pools is a must. You can snorkel or SCUBA dive between two continental plates, or visit the beautiful churches or towering waterfalls. Reykjavik has museums, galleries, and an exciting nightlife. Book your hotel in Reykjavik and visit a place like no other!
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