International flights to Keflavik Airport. The flybus to Reykjavik takes approx. 45 minutes. Free bus available for all participants from BSI bus terminal Reykjavik to Akureyri on May 24 at 5 pm. Domestic flights (https://www.airicelandconnect.com/) and rentals cars also available at travellers own cost.

 

Further info on flights to Iceland:

It is easy to fly to Iceland from every major city in the world. The international airport in Iceland is Keflavik Airport, which was chosen as the best airport in Europe in 2014 by Airports Council International. From there, it´s about 45-minutes’ drive to Reykjavik’s city centre.

Plenty of airlines offer scheduled flights to Iceland, including several low-cost carriers.
Most frequent flights to Iceland from Europe are from London, Copenhagen and Oslo. Excellent connections can also be found through Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris, both from other European countries as well as from Asia.

There are also flights from nearly every major city in the USA with ICELANDAIR (www.icelandair.is) and WOW air (www.wowair.is).

The website www.dohop.com is recommended by the organizers to find flights to Iceland.