All conference participants will arrive at Keflavik International Airport (KEF), which is the gateway to Iceland. This airport is located 50 km south-west of Reykjavik, next to the small town of Keflavik. (Note that Reykjavik also has a smaller airport, but only domestic flights are flown from there.)

How to get from the airport to Reykjavik and your hotel?

Flybus is a bus shuttle service, connecting the airport with the city of Reykjavik. Click here for details on how to purchase your ticket.

Note: There are several ticket types to choose from. Select either ‘FLYBUS+ (ONE WAY)’ or ‘FLYBUS+ (RETURN)’. Both tickets will take you directly to the hotel. The fare for a return ticket is 4500 ISK (Icelandic Krona), which is approximately 35 US Dollars.

Things to know about Flybus:

  • Operates in connection with all arriving and departing flights at Keflavik International Airport; your seat is always guaranteed.
  • Departs from Keflavik International Airport 35-40 minutes after each flight arrival.
  • Located directly outside of the Terminal building.
  • Travel time from Keflavik International Airport to Reykjavik is approximately 45 minutes.
  • Offers free WIFI on all buses.

Several examples of non-stop flights to Reykjavik, Iceland via the

Keflavik International Airport (KEF)

USA to Reykjavik, Iceland via

the Keflavik International Airport (KEF)

From

Duration

Boston, MA 5h 5m
Denver, CO 7h 20m
New York, NY 5h 45m
Orlando, FL 7h 10m
Seattle, WA 7h 15m

Europe to Reykjavik, Iceland via

the Keflavik International Airport (KEF)

From

Duration

Amsterdam, Netherlands 3h 10m
Copenhagen, Denmark 3h 10m
Frankfurt, Germany 3h 35m
Glasgow, UK 2h 20m
Helsinki, Finland 3h 35m
London, UK 2h 55m
Paris, France 3h 30m
Stockholm, Sweden 3h 10m
Warsaw, Poland 4h 5m