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Cheap Flights from Portland (PDX) to Reykjavik (KEF)

When you fly Icelandair on any of our daily, direct flights from Portland to Iceland (PDX-KEF) you're able to start your vacation the right way with cheap plane tickets to Europe. Flights from Portland, Oregon to Iceland KEF on Icelandair provide you with cheap airfare along with a refreshing Icelandic travel experience, including up to 150 hours of in-seat entertainment, USB chargers in every seat, , and even Wi-Fi access, just to name a few. We provide flights from Portland, OR to over 20 destinations in Europe, which affords you the chance to experience why Icelandair has been a trusted leader in aviation during its 75 years of operation, and counting!

Travelers from PDX to Iceland, whether interested in nature, history or soaking in local culture & nightlife, will find plenty to enjoy in this vibrant and cozy city. Explore any of Reykjavik's famous museums, from the National Gallery of Iceland to the National Museum, or spend the afternoon shopping and indulging in a cup or two of Icelandic coffee on the main shopping street, Laugavegur. For nature, sign up for an afternoon tour of whale watching right from Reykjavik's Old Harbour, or make a full day of it with one of the many day tour options available, from the Iceland Golden Circle tour, to Snaefellsness peninsula. Check out Icelandair's cheap plane tickets to Iceland from Portland, Oregon PDX and plan your vacation now!

Want to get away for a weekend with a flight from Portland, Oregon to Reykjavik, Iceland? Say goodbye to Rip City and get acquainted with the world's northernmost capital with cheap plane tickets to Reykjavik! You'll experience northern lights even before you arrive with our new onboard LED lighting, and when you decide on the Iceland vacation package of your choosing, you can pick one with the chance to experience the real thing with the northern lights in Iceland. When you visit Iceland you can encounter everything from the Blue Lagoon, to the Iceland hot springs, to snowmobiling over an Icelandic glacier under the midnight sun if you find yourself on a summertime vacation in Iceland.

  • With our shorter flying time to Europe & more than 20 destinations throughout the European continent, combined with our exceptional on-time performance, we invite you to experience why Icelandair has been a trusted leader with its 75 years in aviation
  • Take advantage of our direct flights to Iceland to enjoy any number of Iceland vacation packages available to you
  • The famous carpet of Portland PDX Airport, which inspired fandom including tattoos, t-shirts and fan websites, was replaced in early 2015
  • Portland International Airport inspired not only the airport itself to go by the nickname of PDX - the airport's IATA code - but the city itself is often referred to as, simply, PDX
  • The City of Portland, Oregon has many nicknames. Stumptown, for all the tree stumps left over during land clearing in the 19th century. Bridgetown, for the many bridges crossing the Willamette and Columbia rivers. The most common of course, is Rose City, the city's official nickname since 2003
  • Keflavik International Airport, as it is officially known, was built by the US military during World War II as a base, but shortly after the war ended it began use as both a military and civil airport by both Iceland and the United States, until a full handover was given to Iceland in 2006
  • Keflavik Airport, which handles all international flights, is about 45 minutes outside of the capital region, while Reykjavik Airport in the city center handles all domestic flights
  • Keflavik International is also referred to by the name of its one terminal, the Leifur Eiriksson Air Terminal, named for the famous Icelander Leif Ericson
  • Many travelers from Portland to Iceland enjoy a visit to the Blue Lagoon before heading to the city, as it is centrally located right between Keflavik Airport and Reykjavik City Center
  • There's no better way of getting acquainted with the city and getting your bearings before you tour Iceland than going up to the observation deck at the top of Hallgrimskirkja. You can't miss it, being the tallest church in all of Iceland, and viewable from most anywhere in downtown Reykjavik
  • For something different, check out the only museum in the world dedicated to the male anatomy at the Icelandic Phallological Museum, located in downtown Reykjavik
  • When you fly from Portland PDX to Keflavik KEF on our Icelandair flight deals, you'll be flying the only airline to name its planes after the many volcanoes located throughout our home country. By the time you arrive at your destination, you should be able to pronounce the name of the Iceland volcano Esjufjoll!
  • On board your flight and included in your airfare to Iceland is your personal in-flight entertainment system which is available on nearly every flight from North America to Europe. A full selection of programming - all 150 hours of it - is available, from movies for the adults, to shows for the kids, including Iceland's very own Lazy Town!
  • Also included during your PDX to KEF flights is 32 of legroom in Economy Class, along with complimentary non-alcoholic drinks and snacks, and of course our exceptional service
  • When booked for travel in Economy Comfort from PDX-KEF, you can expect 33 of legroom, a blocked middle seat for additional comfort, a complimentary meal in addition to drink services, as well as access to the Saga Class lounge and many other amenities
  • In Saga Class, in addition to what is mentioned above, you will enjoy 40 of legroom, spacious seats, Saga Class lounge access, and complimentary noise cancelling headphones, plus other ancillary services during your flight from PDX to Reykjavik
  • With service at our Keflavik International Airport hub (recently inducted into the Director General's Roll of Excellence by Airports Council International based on its consistent ranking for service excellence), you will experience first-hand why Icelandair is the increasingly attractive option for cross-Atlantic flights with service to major metropolitan areas on both sides of the Atlantic