All of Iceland's now on the map – and within the world's reach!
From March 2021, Icelandair offers easy domestic flights within Iceland. Smooth flight connections now link all parts of the country with Reykjavík, and with Icelandair destinations in Europe, North America and Greenland. All this can be done in one journey, with one ticket.
We love our capital and we think you will too. But if you're coming to Iceland (or coming back for a repeat visit), why not explore the far-flung corners? Traveling around Iceland just got a lot easier with our internal flights. Combine your innate curiosity for big adventures with our North Atlantic expertise and our new, expanded route network for the adventure of a lifetime.
From the domestic airport close to downtown Reykjavík, we fly internally to the following airports in Iceland. Flight times are under 1 hour.
Flights to Akureyri (North Iceland) Iceland's second city is home to 18,000, and sits at the end of the country's longest fjord.
Flights to Egilsstaðir (East Iceland) The beautiful east has quiet fjords, forests, lakes and mountains to explore.
Flights to Ísafjörður (Westfjords) The Westfjords are truly off the beaten track, with magnificent wild landscapes.
Flights to Vestmannaeyjar (South Iceland) Also known as the Westman Islands, this spectacular archipelago is just 20 minutes flight from Reykjavík.
Icelandair passengers from Europe and North America land at Keflavík International Airport (KEF).
To fly within Iceland, passengers must transfer from Keflavík to Reykjavík Domestic Airport (RKV) – a distance of 50km (31 miles).
Remember to pick up your baggage at Keflavík airport and take it with you as you transfer to Reykjavík airport.
The same also applies for returning flights. Collect your baggage at Reykjavík airport before transferring to Keflavík for your flight home, and allow enough time to travel between the 2 airports.
With plenty of fantastic destinations to fly to around Iceland, how do you know where to start?! Let us help.
Visiting Iceland Begin with some research on the current travel restrictions and entry requirements for travel to Iceland.
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Iceland 101: Planning tips for travelers General information to help you prepare.
Our domestic flights in Iceland are operated on Bombardier aircraft, and due to their smaller size, the service on board is limited compared to that on board the larger Boeing aircraft that connect Iceland with Europe and North America. Read more about our fleet.
Read more about the classes of service and cabin experience on domestic flights in Iceland.
Baggage allowances for Icelandair's domestic flights are the same as for international flights, with some restrictions to hand luggage due to smaller overhead compartments. Read more about baggage for domestic flights.