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There are several airports throughout Iceland, but the country’s main international gateway is Keflavik International Airport (airport code KEF) located roughly 31 miles outside the capital city of Reykjavik. Keflavik airport is, in fact, only used as an international airport – except for some summertime domestic flights to and from Keflavik, all other domestic flights in the area fly in and out of the smaller Reykjavik Airport. Icelandair and Iceland Express both use Keflavik International Airport as their main hub.

All airlines serving Keflavik airport are listed here and the most recent arrivals and departures are displayed on the right column of the home page. The shops and restaurants in the airport are available from this page from links on the left hand side, and airport services are listed here. Some of the airport features include a play area for kids and WiFi services (for a fee). Ground transportation options include taxi, car rental, the Flybus shuttle to Reykjavik, and the Blueline minibus service, and you can read more about them here.

Reykjavik Airport (airport code RKV) is actually only a few minutes’ walk from the capital city center, but serves primarily domestic destinations. This airport is the main hub for Air Iceland and Eagle Air, and is also served by Atlantic Airways.

More Information About Iceland

Iceland is an island country in the north Atlantic, and the country’s name is a bit of a misnomer. Rather than being covered in ice, most of it is actually quite green. Perhaps Greenland and Iceland were switched at birth. Most visitors stick to the capital city of Reykjavik, which is a lovely city – and should you want to explore a little more of the rugged rural areas in Iceland, there are short domestic flights which will take you out to explore the volcanoes, fjords and glaciers, either with a guided tour or on your own.