Iceland is easily accessible. Situated in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean midway between Europe and North America with high frequency of flights to and from the country. Airfare prices are dropping all over the world making it easier to meet in the middle and travel to Iceland from all corners of the globe. Meet your friends and colleagues midway at this perfect location for conventions, events and incentives.


Air Iceland flies to Greenland and the Faroe Islands but is also the biggest domestic airline. They offer sightseeing daytours and scheduled flights. Helicopter tours are increasingly popular and give a great sightseeing overview of Iceland.

Icelandair 2019


Your introduction to Iceland begins the moment you step aboard an Icelandair flight. We’re a proudly Icelandic airline with over 80 years of experience. Our home’s unique position in the middle of the Atlantic makes it the ideal hub for an extensive flight network linking Europe and North America, and…

Air Iceland Connect

Iceland Domestic Air Iceland offers flights to seven destinations within Iceland, thereby covering all major towns as well as a number of the smaller ones.  From Reykjavik, we fly to Akureyri, Egilsstadir, Isafjordur.  From Akureyri, we fly to:  Grimsey, Thorshofn and Vopnafjordur. Greenland Air Iceland offers  flighs to four destinations in…


Isavia manages scheduled services airports in Iceland. Keflavik International Airport is the largest with a passenger flow of 5 million year 2016. 25 airlines operated through Keflavik International Airport this year. The airport features comfortable modern passenger and commercial facilities…


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