Iceland is located between Greenland and Norway, the western part of Europe. It’s also called the North Atlantic island. The best option to reach Iceland is by flight. Almost every airport around the globe has Iceland as a destination point; Iceland is within your reach.
Most tourists today travel from London to Iceland, the flight takes about 2½ hours. The other most convenient options are Norway and Denmark, from there it takes less than three hours to reach Iceland. The Icelandic international airport is at Keflavik, which is approximately 24 miles from Reykjavik.
If you are more of an adventurous type and a frequent traveler, then you may also travel to Iceland by a boat or a ferry, this will give you an advantage of traveling in your own vehicle.
List of airlines flying to Iceland:
1) Icelandair: This airline maintains a regular schedule of flights throughout the year to Iceland from cities like Amsterdam, Denver, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Manchester, Paris, Stockholm, Boston, New York, Seattle, Washington, London, Denmark, and Norway. During summer months it also provides additional services from Berlin, Frankfurt Hahn, Alicante, Gothenburg, Munic, Toronto, Stockholm Arlanda, etc.
2) Iceland Express: Iceland Express is a low cost airline maintaining flight schedules all year around from London, Copenhagen, Berlin, and Warsaw. It has also started a new connection from Copenhagen to Akureyri in Iceland.
3) Then there is WOW Air conducting regular flights from major cities, SAS & Norwegian ASA regularly carries passengers from Oslo to Iceland, easyJet conducts seasonal flights from London to Iceland between March to October, and Delta Airlines has customary flights from New York to Iceland.
Dream Iceland will help you book your tickets by suggesting the nearest entry point that is convenient and the best airline package that will be suitable for your needs.