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Cheap flights from Iceland

The otherworldly and beautiful Iceland, is also an excellent international hub for anyone looking to explore new cities across the globe. Learn more by utilizing Skyscanner’s search tools and filters, which can help you sift through your options, and zero in on the perfect flights for you.

There is only major international aviation facility in Iceland, and that is the Keflavik International Airport (KEF) in the capital city of Reykjavik. Despite the lack of airports in the country as a whole, you will find that the Keflavik International Airport is more than up to the task of offering passengers plenty of travel opportunities.  There are almost 50 non-stop flights to destinations abroad that you can take advantage from this hub.

Icelandair and WOW Air have operating bases at Keflavik, and these are the primary carriers for the nation, and offer the most in the way of flight routes. There are options with Air Greenalnd, Delta, easyJet, airberlin, and Norwegian Air.

Popular flights from Iceland

Take a quick 45 minute flight to Husavik (AEY), a small town along Iceland’s northern coast, and you can learn a lot about this nation’s whaling history, and the maritime culture that still plays a huge part in Iceland’s personality.

Europe is also in the palm of your hand from Iceland’s Reykjavik, and you can easily fly to a city like Dublin (DUB). You can see a lot of the city’s main attractions in a short space of time, such as the National Museum of Ireland, the fun Guinness Storehouse, the delightful St. Stephen’s Green, and the grisly Kilmainham Gaol.

Alternatively, consider leaving the chilly northern European climate behind in favour of the always-warm Miami (MIA). A visit here will only take you eight hours, and give you a chance to spend your days sunbathing on South Beach, enjoying the vibe and the architecture of Ocean Drive, and the delicious cuisine of Little Havana.

Where to find cheap flights from Iceland

Iceland is actually a great port for finding cheap flights, but to raise your chances of purchasing the lowest fares you can do a number of things. A top tip is to book as far in advance as you can, particularly for long-haul flights, as these tend to get more expensive the longer you leave them.

Keep your schedule versatile, and consider flying during off-peak seasons. You can do a quick browse of what these are using the calendar feature, and review the spread of rates month to month.

Last minute flyers should look for flights that depart mid-week or for routes leaving early in the morning or late at night.

 

Please note that information is correct as of March 2017

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