Cheap Flights from Toronto to Reykjavik in 2019

Flight information Toronto to Reykjavik

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Average flight time, total distance 4218 kilometers

5h 20min

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Reykjavik Keflavik and Reykjavik Domestic

2 airports

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Airlines That Fly From Toronto to Reykjavik

The Toronto-Reykjavik route is served by two airlines: Icelandair and WOW air. Both airlines offer 13 direct flights from Toronto to Reykjavik every week.

The airlines have different baggage policies & regulations that you need to be aware of before your trip. Generally, Icelandiar allows two checked baggage (Weight: 23 kg max; Size: L + W+ H = 158 cm max.), one carry-on bag (Weight: 10 kg max.), and one personal article per passenger at no cost. For more information, refer to Icelandair’s Baggage Allowance page. Alternatively, WOW air allows one carry-on bag (Weight: 10 kg max; Size: 42 x 32 x 25 cm max) and one personal article per passenger at no cost. For more information, refer to WOW air’s Baggage Allowance page.

Terminal Information

Flights to Reykjavik leave from Terminal 3 at Lester B. Pearson International Airport (YYZ).

There are a couple of restaurants and bars where you can grab a bite and drink before your flight (after security): Acer, Beerhive, Ice Bar, Paramount Fine Foods, Shanghai 360, Smashburger, Smoke’s Burritorie, and Vinifera. There are some retail shops you can check out with your free time, including a duty-free shop — maybe you can pick up a book to help you pass time on the plane! Also, take full advantage of the airport’s free Wi-Fi and stay connected until you are on-board. Don’t forget to check the departure boards occasionally for any flight status changes, such as delays, cancellations, and gate changes.

Reykjavik is served by two main airports: Keflavik International Airport (KEF) and Reykjavik Airport (RKV). RKV is Iceland’s main domestic airport located in Reykjavik, which is the main hub for Air Iceland and Eagle Air, whereas KEF is Iceland’s main hub for international flights. The airport’s main carriers are Icelandair and WOW air. The airport has only one passenger terminal, the Leifur Eiriksson Air Terminal, where you will pass through when you land in Reykjavik.

Practical Information

It is recommended that you arrive at the airport three hours prior to your flight’s scheduled departure time to allow yourself an extra time to check in, drop baggage, and go through security screening. To save more time, you can check in online from home as early as 24 hours before the take-off.

With regards to travel documentation, no tourist visas are required for Canadians visiting countries within the Schengen area, which includes Iceland. Entry permits for tourists are for a maximum stay of 90 days. Note that the 90-day period begins as soon as you enter the Schengen area within any 180-day period. Ensure that your passport is valid for 90 days from the date of expected departure from the Schengen area. Visit the Government of Canada webpage for additional information.

What to Expect in Reykjavik

Iceland is one of world’s most expensive countries to visit. Consumer prices in Toronto are recorded to be about 25% lower than in Reykjavik. However, a careful and thorough budget planning can help bring down the travel cost. Also, note that service taxes and VAT are already included in the prices in Iceland, so tipping is not required nor expected in Iceland.

The weather in Reykjavik is relatively mild and moderate despite its northern position due to the North Atlantic Current. However, it is very volatile. Its summer temperatures range between 9°C and 11°C on average and it rarely exceeds 20°C. Winter temperatures in Reykjavik are like those in New York City and Hamburg. Although the temperatures average at around -0.5°C in January, the city is like Toronto in that it is not unusual to see snow in October or April. Also, the precipitation peaks in October to February. Therefore, it is recommended that you dress in layers in Reykjavik regardless of the season.

Once you’ve arrived in Reykjavik, you are now in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) zone; remember to set your clock five hours ahead!

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