Travel from Europe to Iceland is easy with Iceland’s international airport at Keflavik only about three hours away from London, Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm. Iceland’s national carrier, Icelandair, operates regular flights from many European cities and a new low-budget airline, Iceland Express, flies to Keflavik Airport from Copenhagen-Kastrup, London-Stansted, Berlin-Schönefeld. Scandinavian Airlines operates flights from Oslo to Iceland. Conference participants can book their flights online at the following links and Your Host in Iceland is more than willing to assist participants in booking flights and other travel arrangements. Just contact yourhost AT yourhost DOT is.Information about flights
Operated all year daily from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik in connection with all arriving flights. The Flybus is located right outside the Keflavik International Airport. The Flybus brings passengers to the BSI Bus Terminal in Reykjavik near to the capital´s centre. From there passengers are brought to some of the major hotels and guesthouses in Reykjavik. Kindly note that not all hotels and gueasthouses are provided with this service. Taxis are available outside the terminal for any destination. Duration: 40 - 50 minutes.
In connection with all departing flights. A free pick-up service is available from some of the major hotels and guesthouses in Reykjavík. The day before departure, passengers need to inform the reception desk staff of their hotel that they want the Flybus to pick them up the next day. The Flybus has a special schedule based on departures from the BSÍ terminal, picking up passengers approximately 1⁄2 an hour prior at the hotels.