Local transport


Iceland does not have any railways.

Car and bus

Keflavik Airport is on a peninsula in the most southwestern part of Iceland. The road to the capital city Reykjavik is clearly indicated.

A special shuttle bus, FlyBus (tel: +354(0)562 1011) maintains a connection between the airport and the capital, the bus leaves approximately 40 minutes after the arrival of a flight and stops in Hafnarfjörður and Garðabær on the way, you can purchase a ticket in the Arrivals Hall for ISK 1,100.

A minibus goes to the Blue Lagoon which stops in Reykjanes and Grindavík on the way, a ticket costs ISK 500.

Car rental - Keflavik Airport

In the Arrivals Hall there are counters for car rental companies: Akureyrar, Alamo, Atlas, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and National. You can also reserve a rental car in advance using the service EasyTerra provide, they compare the rates of several providers in a single quote.


Taxis are in front of the Arrivals Hall. Bear in mind that life in Iceland is expensive and that also goes for taxis, it costs ISK 7,500-9,000 for a ride to the center of Reykjavik!

Airport Parking

There are 365 short-term parking spaces (P1 and P2) and 1,150 long-term parking spaces (P3). Prices for short-term parking are ISK 100 per hour for the first day and ISK 1,200 per day thereafter. Prices for long-term parking are: for up to  7 days it is ISK 550 per day, ISK 400 per day for the second week and ISK 300 per day for the third week. Information is available (tel: +354(0)425 0444).