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Why visit Iceland

Flights to Iceland bring you directly to the island where fire meets ice. This vast and pristine wilderness attracts travellers of all kinds to admire its natural beauty, which includes a majestic waterfall called the Gullfoss, the oldest recorder geyser known as Geysir and the active Eyjafjallajökull volcano. The most well-known tourist attraction in Iceland is the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa with rich minerals and bright blue waters. Small cities and quaint villages dot the landscape. Getting to Iceland is easy with flights to Iceland from the United Kingdom (U.K.) coming and going every day. Netflights can help you find great tickets to Iceland. All the Iceland flights provided by Netflights are served by well-reputed airlines. A team of travel experts is ready to assist you in your search for the cheapest Iceland flights from the U.K. With Netflights, you can begin planning your 2018 holiday to see Iceland’s natural wonders with your own eyes.

When is the cheapest time to fly to Iceland?

To get cheap flights to Iceland from the U.K., it is advisable to go during the off-season, sometime between October and March. Although the temperature gets colder during this time, there is still plenty to do and see in Iceland. April and May as well as September and October are considered shoulder season, meaning that you can get cheap tickets to Iceland and still be able experience a bit of both the off-season and the peak season.

When is the best time to book your flight to Iceland?

Booking as early as possible is the best way to book a flight to Iceland. Occasionally, you will be able to find sales or cheaper prices around two months before departure, but this is not a guarantee. When it comes to booking international flights, purchasing on a Tuesday and Sunday are usually considered to be the cheapest days to buy flights.

Which airlines fly to Iceland?

U.K. to Iceland flights are serviced by airlines that offer both direct and indirect flights. Iceland Air, WOW Air, Icelandair, British Airways and EasyJet all have direct flights, while other airlines, such as Air France, Austrian Airlines AG, K.L.M. Royal Dutch Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines System (S.A.S.) and Deutsche Lufthansa AG, provide flights with at least one stop along the way. These flights will likely stop in cities like London, Paris and Copenhagen. Most direct flights to Iceland depart from London Heathrow Airport. The airports near Birmingham, Manchester, Belfast City and Edinburgh mainly provide one-stop flights; the airports for Bristol and Glasgow tend to provide multi-stop flights. Finally, all of these airports, except for Bristol, have at least one nonstop flight scheduled.

What are the main airports in Iceland?

Iceland has several domestic airports, such as Akureyri and Egilsstaðir, that provide domestic flights throughout the country. Keflavík International Airport is the only airport that receives international flights. If Reykjavik is not your final destination, travellers can use available bus services to transfer between the two airports.

Keflavík International Airport

Iceland’s largest and busiest airport, Keflavík International Airport, is just 3 kilometres west of the town Keflavík and 50 kilometres southwest of Reykjavík. As the only international airport in the country, all U.K. flights to Iceland will arrive and depart at this airport. Keflavík International Airport serves as the main hub of Icelandair and WOW Air, although they are not the only airlines to fly to and from this airport.

How long does it take to get to Iceland?

For nonstop flights from the airports serving Edinburgh and Glasgow, flights to Iceland can be as short as two hours and 30 minutes. For flights departing from London Heathrow Airport or the George Best Belfast City Airport will take slightly longer, or about three hours. Single-stop flights from Manchester and Birmingham will typically last around six hours.

How many flights are there per day from the U.K. to Iceland?

There are six nonstop flights to Iceland from London per day. Flights to Iceland from Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham and Glasgow will all have at least one nonstop flight per day.

Getting around the airports

Keflavík International Airport has only one terminal connected to a long corridor of all the gates. Because of its small size, getting around the airport is extremely easy. The main building at the front of the airport, where passengers arrive and exit, and the area near the gates have amenities, such as restaurants, toilets, shops and currency exchanges. Wi-fi is also available. The airport is divided into two levels; the main building on the first level is reserved for arrivals, departures and access to transportation, while the second level is primarily reserved for amenities.

Getting to the cities from airports

Several options exist for getting around Iceland once you have arrived. Car hires are the easiest and most common way people explore this country. Hertz, Europcar and Budge all are located at the airport. Taking a taxi is another viable option. In addition to cars, Iceland also has several bus services that go from the airport to downtown Reykjavik, such as the Airport Express, Flybus and a public bus company called Strætó. For faster travel across the country, Eagle Air offers several domestic flights.

Not to forget before your flight

It is recommended that you exchange some of your money into Icelandic króna before arriving in Iceland. If you are unable to do so before your departure, Iceland´s airport will have money exchange booth available in the main building. British citizens with a valid U.K. passport are not required to apply for a visa for visits that last up to three months. Other British nationals will require a Schengen visa. Please verify that your passport will be valid for the entirety of your visit before you leave. For more information, visit: