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, together with Keflavík airport, are working hard to ensure your safety when traveling to and from Iceland.
You can contribute too. In short, this is what we ask of our passengers: stay at home if you show any symptoms of illness, wash your hands regularly, use hand sanitizer, and wear a face mask at the airport and during the flight. From March 23, 2022, face masks are optional on some flights, but always recommended. We may ask you routine health-related questions at any point during your travels to make sure you are fit to fly.
Safe travel is a shared responsibility. Below you can see what we are doing during each stage of your journey and what you can do as a responsible traveler.
From March 23, 2022, face masks are no longer mandatory on some of our flights. Mask requirements on board depend on the rules of the authorities of your flight destination.
For more information, please read our update to face mask requirements.