Iceland

Traveling to Iceland


There are several airlines that fly to and from Iceland including Icelandair, Iceland Express, British Airways and Scandinavian Airlines.

Icelandair

www.icelandair.com
Maintains regular scheduled flights to Iceland from the following cities: 

All year:

London, Glasgow, Manchester, Copenhagen, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Baltimore, Boston, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando and Washington.Summertime only: 
Barcelona, Berlin, Halifax, Helsinki, Göteborg, Bergen, Milan and Munich.

Iceland Express

www.icelandexpress.com
Winter 2006-2007
Valid 16 September 2006 to 14 May 2007 
London, Copenhagen, Berlin, Alicante (from 14 March 2007), Friedrichshafen (to 17 March 2007).
Summer 2007
Valid from 15 May to 14 September 
London, Alicante, Berlin, Copenhagen, Frankfurt Hahn, Friedrichshafen, Gothenburg, Basel*, Billund*, Eindhoven *, Oslo** Paris**, Stockholm **.
* From 1 June to 31 August 2007 
** From 15 May to 31 August 2007

British Airways

www.ba.is
Maintains regular scheduled flights to Iceland from London (Gatwick). 

Scandinavian Airlines

www.flysas.com
Maintains regular scheduled flights to Iceland from Oslo.

About Iceland

As you can imagine, we have many websites available that have information on Iceland. Here are just a few…
www.iceland.is
www.icelandtouristboard.com
www.visiticeland.comPlease note that 17th May 2007, is a public holiday in Iceland (Ascension Day) so many shops and services may be closed.

Reykjavík Arts Festival

The Reykjavík Arts Festival 2007 will be held from 10th-26th May. The arts festival is famous for world-class artistic, musical and performance events. Festival Brochure (mainly Icelandic, some English) with the program of events can be found here.