235 Keflavikurflugvollur, Iceland
IATA airport code: KEF
Also known as Reykjavik Keflavik Airport and Keflavik International Airport.
Where is Keflavik Airport?
Keflavik Airport is located in the western part of Iceland, close to the town Keflavik and at some distance from the capital Reykjavik. The airport and Reykjavik are connected by Route 41 (Reykjanesbraut). Keflavik Airport consists of one large terminal, called Leifur Eiríksson Air Terminal. The number of passengers at Keflavik Airport has grown significantly in recent years, for this reason the current terminal was expanded in 2016.
What is the distance from Keflavik Airport to the centre of Reykjavik?
The distance between the airport and the centre of Reykjavik is 50 kilometres; by car it takes you a bit more than 40 minutes.
Which airlines fly to and from Keflavik Airport?
- WOW air
- British Airways
How to get from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik?
Bus transportation – Flybus (Reykjavik)
Flybus takes travellers to the capital of Iceland, the bus leaves about 35 to 40 minutes after each flight arrival. The final stop in Reykjavik is BSI Bus Terminal, from here you can walk to the city centre. Taking a bus or taxi is another possibility. Furthermore, you can travel from BSI Bus Terminal to other parts of the beautiful country. The journey from Keflavik Airport to the bus station takes 50 minutes. Tickets can be purchased at Keflavik Airport and online through the Flybus website. Prices are listed below; children up to 11 years of age can travel for free. Flybus is able to bring you straight to your hotel as well, this extra service is named Flybus Plus and slightly more expensive (single 3,000 ISK, return 5,000 ISK). You can also reach the capital of Iceland by public transport, bus number 55 of Strætó runs nine times a day between Keflavik Airport and Reykjavik. The bus route is mainly used by Icelanders, much less by foreign tourists. The advantage is the lower price (1,600 ISK), the disadvantage the longer journey time (67 minutes). Please consult website and timetable Flybus and website Strætó for more information.
|Adults||2,500 ISK||4,000 ISK|
|Youth, 12 up to 15 years||1,250 ISK||2,000 ISK|
How much is the taxi fare to and from Reykjavik?
Taxis will bring you to the city centre within 45 minutes, the price will be around 17,500 Icelandic kronur. In other words, about € 150 for a single taxi ride. Make a taxi reservation Keflavik Airport through YATTAXI, an online booking platform for reliable and reasonable priced airport transfers.
What car rental companies are present at Keflavik Airport?
There are four possibilities, namely Budget, Hertz, Avis and Europcar. Compare prices of well-known car rental companies and local suppliers at Keflavik Airport through EasyTerra Car Rental, save time and book online.
What are the car parking prices at Keflavik Airport?
All parking spaces are located within walking distance of the terminal, both Short Term Parking (P1 and P2) as well as Long Term Parking (P3). Parking fees are regularly changed; such a change effectively means an increase of prices. Please check out the full list of parking prices Keflavik Airport.
|Parking prices||P1 and P2||P3|
|60 minutes||500 ISK||1,250 ISK|
|1 day||5,000 ISK||1,250 ISK|
|2 days||10,000 ISK||2,500 ISK|
|3 days||15,000 ISK||3,750 ISK|
|1 week||35,000 ISK||8,750 ISK|
|2 weeks||70,000 ISK||15,400 ISK|
|3 weeks||105,000 ISK||21,000 ISK|
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