Transfer from International Keflavik Airport
Keflavik Airport is located 50 kilometers from the capital of Iceland. It is the main hub for the airlines Icelandair and Iceland Express. There is only one terminal. The airport serves only international flights. Domestic destinations and routes to Greenland or the Faroe Islands are accepted by Reykjavik Airport. How to get from Keflavik Airport to the city? Book your transfer at GetTransfer.com, so you will save time and start to get acquainted with the sights.
The airport was built in 1942. It was used for military-strategic purposes during the Second World War. In the middle of XX century began to accept passenger flights. International Airport Council in 2014. recognized the air unit Keflavik best in Europe.
Free Wi-Fi is available here. A medical room and a rest area are available for passengers. From 6:00 to 21:00 there are cafes, souvenir shops and Duty Free. In the center of the building is a sculptural composition made by Icelandic artists.
The journey from the airport to Reykjavik takes about an hour. There are several options to be in the center. FlyBus buses run every 35-40 minutes after the arrival of flights. They stop near the main railway station, then drive through the hotels. From May 15 to September 15, 3-4 times a day the express train "K" runs from 07:00 to 20:00. Near the arrival hall there are taxi stops, in the cabin of which there are counters.
A trip to Reykjavik via the Blue Lagoon, the national thermal reserve is an unusual but popular way to get to the city. The place is just 23 kilometers from the airport. While the route from the capital takes half a day.
Book a transfer from Keflavik Airport or rent a car with a driver on the site GetTransfer.com. Let your journey combine comfort and quality service. An experienced driver knows the fastest route so that you are more likely to be in place.