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FAQs - booking Iceland flights

  • How do I connect from Keflavik International Airport (KEF) to the city centre?

    To connect from KEF to the city centre, consider boarding either a taxi or a bus. Although taxis offer the fastest option, buses would offer a cheaper option. You should note that Iceland has a Public Bus System that runs Bus 55, which plies the KEF to Reykjavik route. You will just locate BUS 55 sign outside your terminal and board it at the city's main bus terminal.

  • Apart from Iceland, which other countries are served by Keflavik International Airport?

    Besides being the main hub of Iceland's international flights, the airport also receives travellers connecting to Iceland's neighbours, such as Norway and Greenland. Norway is located about 1,612 km (1,002 miles) from KE, while Greenland is located about 1,175 km (730 miles) from KEF.

  • I would like to travel around Iceland by car with my children. What car seat do I need?

    Be aware that the Icelandic Transport Authority applies European standards to car seat safety. If you are planning to rent a car after your flight to Iceland, you should check to ensure that your car seat meets these standards. You can also rent a car seat with the rental company. You should use a rear-facing infant car seat for children under the age of 2, a car seat with an internal harness for children up to 18 kg, and a booster seat for children up to 36 kg.

  • Are there any direct flights to Iceland?

    The national carriers Icelandair and Air Canada offer direct flights to Keflavik International Airport (KEF), which is Iceland's main international airport. Icelandair's direct flights depart from Vancouver (YVR), Edmonton (YEG), Halifax (YHZ), Toronto (YYZ) and Montreal (YUL), whereas Air Canada offers non-stop flights from Montreal and Toronto. Departing from any other Canadian city will involve a layover.

  • Do I need a visa to visit Iceland?

    Iceland is a member of the European Union and lies within the borders of the Schengen area. Canadian passport holders staying in Iceland for less than 90 days do not need a visa. Be aware that the 90-day limit applies to the entire Schengen area. If you plan on visiting multiple countries in the Schengen area and the cumulative length of your stay exceeds 90 days, you will have to apply for a visa within the countries that you are travelling to. Your passport should be valid for at least 3 months beyond the date of your departure from Iceland.

  • I want to visit the Blue Lagoon in Iceland. Where should I fly into?

    The Blue Lagoon is just 20 min from Keflavik Airport near Reykjavik and is easily accessible by road. The airport is well connected to the road network, so you can reach the Blue Lagoon within 15 min by taking Highway 41 when leaving the airport. Busses bound for the Blue Lagoon leave Keflavik Airport every hour and a return transfer costs 5,500 ISK (approximately 60 CAD).

  • How long is the flight to Iceland?

    An average direct flight from Canada to Iceland takes 18h 27m, covering a distance of 7015 km. The most popular route is Toronto - Reykjavik with an average flight time of 5h 20m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Iceland?

    The cheapest ticket to Iceland from Canada found in the last 72 hours was C$ 247 one-way, and C$ 291 round-trip. The most popular route is Toronto Pearson Intl to Reykjavik Keflavik Intl and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was C$ 464.

  • Which airlines fly to Iceland?

    Icelandair, Turkish Airlines & Air Canada fly the most frequently from Canada to Iceland. The most popular route is from Toronto to Reykjavik, and Icelandair, Turkish Airlines and Air Canada fly this route the most.

  • What is the most popular destination in Iceland?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Reykjavik (100% of total searches to Iceland).

  • How does KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travellers know whether to wait or book now.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Iceland

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Iceland flight deals.
  • If you are flying to Iceland to witness the Reykjavik Art Festival that runs from late May to early June, please note that you will be forced to dig deeper into your pockets for the airfare. During this art festival period, most travellers from different parts of the world, Canada and the USA included, book their flights to Iceland. This leads to a dramatic rise in demand for flights to Iceland. With the increasing demand, airfares for most airlines are likely to increase.
  • Keflavik International Airport (KEF) is one of the major airports that can serve as your destination airport, especially if your destinations are within the city centre. If you are deplaning from a late-night flight at KEF, please consider spending your night in the onsite Hotel Aurora. This onsite hotel will save you from the hassle of seeking suitable accommodation in the streets of Keflavik late at night.
  • Besides KEF and Reykjavík International Airport (RKV), travellers from Canada to Iceland can also use the well-equipped Oslo Gardermoen Airport (OSL) airport in Norway as their destination airport. OSL airport has the highest number of flights from Canada than RKV and KEF.
  • There are two airports servicing the capital of Iceland. However, all international flights arrive at Keflavik Airport (KEF), the main international airport in Iceland which is located about 50 km southwest of Reykjavik.
  • National Icelandic carriers such as Icelandair and Air Iceland offer domestic flights departing from Reykjavik Airport (RKV), the main domestic airport located just 3 km from the city centre.
  • If you'd like to explore the northern parts of Iceland, consider flying into Akureyri Airport (AEY) in North Iceland. From there you can rent a car and set out to see the Asbyrgi Canyon.
  • To explore the remote Westfjords peninsula in Iceland's northwestern region, consider flying into Isafjorour Airport (IFJ), where you can rent a car to start your trip around the fjords.
  • If you want to visit Iceland's eastern coastline and Vatnajokull National Park, you can catch a flight to Egilsstaoir Airport (EGS). Air Iceland offers regular flights between Egilsstaoir and Reykjavik.
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Top 4 airlines flying to Iceland

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WestJetOverall score based on 2795 reviews
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Don’t actually know how this flight would have been since we missed it.

2.0 MediocreAnonymous, Jun. 2024YVR - OGG
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Don’t actually know how this flight would have been since we missed it.

Flight was delayed which caused us to miss our connection.

Our seats that I had paid extra for near the front of the aircraft were no longer available on this replacement aircraft. We were told we either had to accept the new replacement seats in row 27 near the back in seats E and B, no longer together, or sit in the very back in row 30 squeezed into E and F seats that do not recline or have trays that provide a flat platform for a refreshment. This is not what I had expected. However, again your flight crew did the best they could given the circumstances.

Our flight was delayed 3.5 hours. Maybe next time make sure its on time as stated. The crew did the best they could, given the circumstances.

Westjet requires you to check in on your cellular. This takes about 5 minutes compared to when there were live humans doing check in. Ultimately the machine meant to spit out boarding passes and baggage tag went into the pinwheel of death. I also got a sternly worded email telling me I was ineligible to check bags, even though I’d checked one. The dude who eventually checked me in barely grunted at me and didn’t give me a baggage check. Had my luggage gone missing, I don’t know how it would have gone. And then there is the chaos as people jammed huge carry ons into small overhead bins. Westjet is a cattle car.

We were not able to board the flight to Halifax. Westjet switched to a smaller plane and we were booked on a later flight which was not acceptable to us. We were told that they attempted to contact us but did not have contact information. Nor did either Kayak not Kiwi advise us. In February I booked a flight to Sri Lanka through Kayak with FlightHub for myself and a friend. We were advised of a change in schedule and because I was travelling outside of Canada at that time, my friend, Louise Lore, contacted FlightHub and revised our itinerary. Our original flight from Toronto through Frankfurt to Mumbai was to arrive in time for us to catch an 8:45pm flight to Colombo, Sri Lanka on February 28th but because of the change did not arrive until 1:00am February 29th. When I arrived in Mumbai I was told that my flight from Mumbai to Colombo had not been revised and that, because I was a no-show for my flight all of my tickets had been cancelled. Ms Lore spent from 2:30am until 5:30am on the phone with FlightHub trying to rectify the situation. She was told there was nothing they could do and a supervisor refused to speak with her. The next morning I went to the Lufthansa office at the Mumbai airport and the problem was resolved in less than 15 minutes. I will not be booking through Kayak again. Both experiences have been disastrous and I cannot imagine going through this again Linda Toole

WestJet ran out of dinner meals on a transatlantic flight. Crappy to have a bun and a bit of lettuce for food on a long and not inexpensive flight. Flight staff did not look for options to resolve.

The Priority check in in Toronto rivalled the poorest I've experienced. The young woman at the desk (7:30 AM, YYZ) was unfriendly and abrupt, behaving as though we were interrupting her day. Her inch long fingernails said it all....I really don't belong here. Other than that, WestJet personnel provided a good travel experience, especially in flight. I must say that the repeated announcements about the cabin being full and how folks should gate check their bags became tedious. WestJet should just offer free checked luggage and charge for carry on suitcases. It would save a lot of time and the voices of the gate agents.

It was fine. I had a lot of trouble trying to buy a seat. The Westjet website charged me and then didn’t give me my seat. I ended up keeping the seat I was assigned and hope that the charges didn’t go through.. they didn’t. But this problem with the website (trying to purchase a seat at check in) has happened a few times before. But overall the flight was good.

The back seats are crowded and at times uncomfortable. I guess that’s part of the price of paying less for a seat.

Boarding and crew was great. Flight was cold, need layers. Deplaning was hard. We had to take stairs off the plane and I was separated from my travel companion because we were not seated together and they would not let him wait for me to get off so we were forced onto different shuttles.

Check in and boarding was easy, crew was cheerful. Not much to read or do on the plane and our neighboring passengers were talking loudly so we could not sleep. But overall good. Great coffee.

Flyplay is the only way I travel to Europe. Had a 15 hr layover in Iceland. Normally this would suck, but I regret a car and saw the black sand beaches, several waterfalls and sky lagoon. And finished with lamb at cafe Loki.

did not get the seats we had specially paid for

This is a no frills airline. You cant expect much for the price. Low cost flight, clean, nice staff. That's all I need for the price. If you want more, book with another airline and pay more. For Europe trips, PLAY is the ONLY airline I use

Misleading instructions for check in. Although I did virtual check in and was instructed to head to security, once I was at security, they told me to go back to Play ticket counter and get paper tickets. Also, beware that Play doesn’t participate in TSA PreCheck. I didn’t know that, despite entering PreCheck info when I purchased the tickets. I wasted time in the TSA PreCheck line as well. So we had two setbacks at check in.

It's a budget airline, so forewarned is forearmed. Yes, you pay for everything like carry-on, checked baggage, seat selection, but that's becoming the case with major airlines. Bringing your own snacks and entertainment on board is highly recommended. It's no frills, but the crew, the plane and the flight itself was great. If you want pampering go for a larger airline. If you just want to get from A to B in comfort and safety, Play is a great choice.

It is a low cost airline. Staff are courteous. There is no entertainment. Food is purchased.

Upon boarding, the people at the gate were extremely rude, there were no outlets on a 6 hour international flight, there was no entertainment, all food and drink was purchase only (even snacks), and my seat reclining function was fully broken. The only redeeming quality was the flight attendants were extremely nice. This was by far the worst flight I have ever been on in my entire life

I don’t know how international flights can’t have media screens to keep people entertained for the long flight. Ugh.

Great crew, bumpy landings, two-hour wait for baggage with no communication or explanation. Will not fly again!

The staff was really friendly and was comfortable. I found it disappointing that we were never offered any snacks while on the flight. For such a long flight and the amount we paid for our ticket that was unacceptable. Not sure if I’ll fly Icelandair again.

My experience with Icelandair was just ok, nothing special. Requested wheelchair service for my wife and none was offered at checking in Baltimore or available for her upon arrival at Gatwick airport in London.

I just flew with Icelandair last week and the experience was horrible before the flight. The flight experience was good. The problem was the situation I faced with them prior to the flight. I bought the flight Geneva to Reykjavik in December 2023. I paid more expensive than the other routes because I wanted a direct flight. In April 2024, they cancelled the flight and rebooked me with ITA Airways and Icelandair. So, it became ITA Airways from Geneva to Rome and Icelandair from Rome to Reykjavik. Two days before, I called them because I could not check in with ITA Airways. They told me my flight was rescheduled only from Rome to Reykjavik. I said I lived in Geneva, and this change did not make sense. They told me they should have offered to me the closest airport and the refund. The person speaking with me had no idea what to do and said they would call later with a solution. Finally, they called and said Rome was the only way. I told them that was absurd and that they should pay for my Geneva to Rome flight. They even lied, saying there were not more seats with ITA Airways, which was a lie since I saw that I could buy tickets yet. They did not want to take the cost. Finally, I remembered she said they should reschedule with the closest airport, and I told her that was Zurich. They rescheduled me, but I had to pay for train tickets from Geneva to Zurich and Zurich to Geneva. Terrible experience. Terrible customer service. It was the worst airline I ever had the bad luck of buying a ticket.

Decent service - nice seats. Crew were not overly attentive but can’t complain overall for the money

Very nice flight, easy connections in Keflavík, and friendly crew.

I will never fly this airline again. Checking in was poor , we had to go back to the check in counter at Raleigh - Durham international airport three times because they didn’t issue my boarding pass but rather duplicated my husband’s twice which caused a big headache at the passport control at the airport which triggered security alert and wouldn’t let us pass through we we had to wait for long time to be able to explain and clear everything after talking to the supervisor.. No food on the plane , not even crackers. No food was offered to buy ether . No ear phone was provided . Very little time to make from one plane to another and nobody to assist with smooth transition. Flight itself , we felt safe so thank you to the pilots . But customer service was terrible . We spent $ 2500 on 2 tickets, so I cannot say that service was consistent with the price .

Seats are way too much now with these new airplanes especially long flights like we had. I was 7 month pregnant and in a lot of discomfort due to small seats.

Travelling with a 2 year old and being seated at the last row right by the toilet was the worst experience I had in a long time. Please do better for other parents

One small complaint: people in economy frequently were coming through the curtain to use the saga lavatory.

Comfort seats in economy class. Crew was pleasant. Very surprised we had to pay for ear buds and food. I requested 2 hummus packs and was given 2 bags of almonds, very overpriced.

Seats and leg room were tight but then all airline flights are like that unless you pay extra juice. Flying is no longer to be enjoyed ... only endured. Sad.

Number of gate changes involving walking the whole length of the airport was frustrating.

Fine. The plane took off and landed. Food was as expected. Less than comfortable flight.

Flight attendants should learn something about customer service. About how to deal with people Very disappointed This only happens only in Air Canada

Long fight… The staff is very friendly and the meal provided was nice.

The scheduled flight was to leave at 11:15pm from Vancouver Airport. We waited 90 minuets in the plane for take-off . They announces an Electrical fault with the aircraft, Air Canada announced the Flight was Cancelled at 12:30am. and we were taken off the plane. We had to wait to collect all our luggage, after that we had to stand in line (for2 and half hours) to be processed back into Canada, (with security checks etc) We stood in ques from 12:30am until 3 am and was only offered 250 ml of water. When we got in front of the que, we were told there is no Hotel accommodation for us. We were handed a new boarding card for a flight at 10:45 am ( we had to report at 7 am) We were told to find somewhere to sleep on the airport floor! It was cold as a blanket was not offered! The time was 3:30 am now and the cleaners had no respect and was driving around with the noisy vacuum cleaners! Trying to sleep under the bright lights and on the hard floor it was very uncomfortable as our (over 60's ) bodies was in pain from the hard floor. At 7 am we were processed again though all the airport security checks, scans etc. The flight to Brisbane took off at 11am ( 12 HOURS LATER ) !! We had to report at 7am to book in with Air Canada again, for a new flight at 10.45am to Brisbane.

I couldn’t upgrade into a different ticket class and was unaware I was booking basic economy. Baggage was an extra $125 and seat selection another $150. Cramped seating and terrible food. Plus no coffee in the morning.

Overall, great experience. Check-in and boarding procedure was smooth and orderly, check-in staff were very pleasant and there were no issues with the expected additional payment for check-in baggage (we knew about it beforehand because it was somewhat clearly listed at purchase time). Improvements: unfortunately with drip pricing becoming a more and more common corporate practice, at every step of the process there should be a clear indicator of anything that should cost money in addition to the price of the ticket and is commonly accepted as part of travel (i.e.--check-in baggage and/or food service on a 6 hour+ flight). This price transparency helps customers make informed decision and not feel like they are being ripped off, especially for something like a flight where you cannot easily change plans at the last second. Also, flight attendants seated in the back of the aircraft (rearmost row, 36, I think on that flight from Vancouver to Honolulu) didn't seem to have a dedicated area and were rather chatty with each other the entire flight. Not really a big deal, but I hadn't seen (or heard) that previously, and the flight was fairly quiet overall, except for a crying child or two.

Poor ! Couldn’t cancel months ahead because no credit or refund was permitted !! But they still kept contacting us about check in for all flights in spite of our canceling this trip months ago . So disappointed on all fronts with this airline!!

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