Through travel we connect people and places, and connections are more important now than ever. We know you have questions, so we’ve prepared a list of answers to help you plan.
We work hard to ensure your safety with expert advice at the heart of all decisions we make. We follow strict hygiene and health guidelines before and during your trip.
We all share the responsibility to make travel safe for everyone.
To enter Iceland, most arrivals must choose between taking a test for COVID-19 at the airport, or going into 14-day quarantine. There are exemptions for visitors from some destinations, and additional rules for visitors staying longer than 10 days. Read more about the entry requirements in our Iceland is open! FAQ.
Here’s what you can do before your arrival:
As an increased safety measure, wearing a face mask is mandatory on all Icelandair flights from June 15, 2020. We require all our passengers to wear face masks from the time they board our aircraft until they disembark. We also recommend that all passengers use facial masks during their time at the airport.
Our cabin crew will be wearing medical masks for the duration of the flight, as the health and safety of our passengers and crew is of the highest importance.
For more information and answers to the questions you might have, please read about masks on board.