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With several airlines providing direct flights to Reykjavik from a number of UK airports, getting to Iceland’s capital is a breeze. Prices have dipped recently too, with attractive fares increasingly available. The presence of low-cost airlines on the route means there are plenty of cheap Reykjavik flights available throughout the year, and the average flight time is just two hours and 45 minutes.
Don’t be confused by what appear to be two Reykjavik airports. Though dinky Reykjavik Airport (RKV) is very central, it only operates domestic flights and a few connections to Greenland.
Keflavik International Airport (KEF) meanwhile, is Reykjavik’s global air hub; it’s located 50 kilometres (31 miles) southwest of the city. All UK flights to Reykjavik land here, skimming over the North Atlantic seconds before they touch the tarmac.
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