FLIGHTS TO ICELAND
There will be, at least, 9 airlines, which will be flying directly to Iceland in December. Icelandair and WOW air have the widest net of connections and fly every day directly from various locations in Europe and North-America
The seven airlines below are now selling flights to Iceland in December and do offer frequent flights during the winter.
ARRIVAL – PUBLIC BUS, FLYBUS AND TAXI
When you arrive at Keflavik international airport) there are several options to get to the city. KEFLAVIK KEF airport is the only international airport we have, 45 kilometers from Reykjavik.
The cheapest is to take public bus nr. 55. In the afternoon, when most flights arrive, it departs 42 minutes after the hour and costs ISK 1.840. Schedule is here (only in Icelandic): Download PDF
Two companies have contracts with the KEFLAVIK terminal for flybusses from the airport to Reykjavik and onwards to various hotels in the city.
Reykjavik Excursions Flybus Costs ISK 5.500 return / ISK 2.950 single ( ISK 1.000 each trip in addition if you buy door to door to hotel)
More here: www.re.is/flybus
Airport Direct More here https://airportdirect.is/transfer/economy Costs ISK 4.750 return / ISK 2.390 single ( ISK 950 each trip in addition if you buy door to door to hotel)
There are always plenty of taxies available at the airport, at all hours. Price varies but a common price for 1-4 passenger is ISK 16.000 Hreyfill taxi is the largest station and very reliable.
If you want to take a flybus to the airport you can go to any of the pick up locations around the city centre see here: www.re.is/pick-up-locations or go directly to the BSI Bus Terminal. It is advised to take a bus from BSI at least 3 hours before you flight.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND CITY CARD
ICE HOT Reykjavik will provide busses to venues and location soutside of Reykjavik December 13th – 15th The Public Bus system in Reykjavik is quite extensive and you can read all about it here:
Click here to download the Straeto app.
You can also consider buying the Reykjavik City Card which in addition to access public transport gives you access to all of the wonderful Reykjavik geothermal swimming pools and several museums.