If you decide to spend a vacation or weekend in Iceland, then the first question is plane tickets to Iceland, preferably cheaper.

So how and from where can you fly to Iceland inexpensively


Which airlines fly to Iceland from Europe

There are many airlines flying to Iceland, the main international airport in Iceland is Keflavik Airport (located 50 kilometers from Reykjavik). For this reason, it is sometimes said that this is Reykjavik Airport.

Keflavik Airport is the largest in Iceland, and 99% of all international flights arrive here.

In addition to regular airlines, some low-cost airlines such as WizzAir and easyJet fly here. Due to this, you can fly to Iceland from European countries very cheaply, sometimes you can buy tickets for 15-20 euros.

So the airlines:

  • Air Baltic
  • Air Berlin
  • Air Canada
  • Air Greenland
  • Air Iceland
  • Austrian Airlines
  • British Airways
  • Czech Airlines
  • Delta
  • Lufthansa
  • EasyJet
  • Edelweiss
  • Eurowings
  • Finnair
  • Iberia Express
  • Icelandair
  • KLM
  • Lufthansa
  • Norwegian
  • SAS
  • Transavia
  • Travel Service
  • Vueling
  • Wizz Air
  • S7
  • Luxair
  • TUI Airways

These companies mainly fly from Europe, only S7 flies from Moscow, by the way, this is the only airline that operates direct flights from Moscow.

The easiest way to search for tickets for flights to Iceland is on the website of one of the aggregators, for example skyscanner or aviasales 

Two airlines operate domestic flights in Iceland:

  • Eagle Air
  • Air Iceland

Flights to Iceland from Poland

Several airports in Poland offer budget-friendly direct flights to Iceland. While these flights are operated by the low-cost carrier Wizz Air, providing an economical option, it's important to note that the comfort level may not be as high, but the convenience factor remains significant.

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From Poland, the most "profitable", and therefore inexpensive, city for departure to Reykjavik is Gdansk.

And in general, WizzAir flies from Poland to Iceland from the cities: 

  • Gdansk
  • Krakow
  • Wroclaw
  • Warsaw
  • Katowice

Often you will not be able to find profitable tickets with arrival and departure from the same city, so it is worth combining. For example, departure from Katowice, and return to Wroclaw.

Tickets need to be viewed on the website https://wizzair.com

Here are examples of the cost of tickets to Iceland from Poland:

  Most of the airlines that offer low-cost flights to Iceland are low-cost airlines, which leads to additional baggage costs. Also, the flight to Iceland takes 4-5 hours at least, which means you need to take care of snacks and water, because low-cost companies offer food and drinks only for an additional fee.

Flights to Iceland from the Baltic States: Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia

Several airlines operate direct flights from the Baltic States, but WizzAir has the cheapest tickets, of course. So you can combine a walk through the ancient Baltic capitals with a trip to Iceland.

Cheap flights to Iceland can be found from Vilnius.

Flights to Iceland from England

London it's a good place for stopover and to pickup your cheap flight to Iceland

How to get from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik

Keflavik is an international airport located 50 km from Reykjavik. Shuttle buses run regularly to Keflavik Airport. The bus service is provided by two car companies Reykjavik Excursions and Airportexpress.

The cost of the bus is about $ 25 one way, you can also buy a ticket in both directions at once, then it will cost a little cheaper than two separate ones. And of course, Iceland is a comfortable country, which means you can buy a bus ticket with delivery directly to your hotel!

Buses run every hour on the day, a little less frequently at night. The schedules of the two companies overlap in such a way that buses to the airport run every half hour in the afternoon. 99% of buses have free seats, so whether or not to buy a ticket in advance is at your discretion, while if you drive a car and 3-4 people are traveling, then even renting a car for 1 day, just getting to Reykjavik will cost you less than three or four bus tickets.

Have a nice flight!