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Iceland is highly accessible, situated in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean midway between Europe and North America with only 3 hours flight from Europe and 5 hours from the east coast of North America. The capital city Reykjavik has been expanding its infrastructure and is evolving into a premiere international MICE destination. 

  • There are more weekly flights  from Keflavik airport to N-Amerika than from Oslo, Helsinki and Stockholm  altogether and twice as many than from Copenhagen.
  • 25 airlines have scheduled flights during high season 2016  to over 80 airports in 69 destinations. During low season 2015/2016 9 airlines serve 45 airports in 39 destinations.

Our flagship carrier Icelandair has made codeshare agreement with Finnair, SAS, Alaska Airlines, Jetblue, WestJest, Porter Airlines, Rossiya and Air Greenland.

In 2016 the Route Network of Icelandair connects 27 European cities with 16 N-American cities through the hub in Iceland during high season. Icelandair offers flights to 43 destinations enabling their customers 427 connection options. There are 125 weekly flights connecting N-America