Icelandair flies from Toronto (airport code: YYZ) to Keflavik International Airport in Reykjavik (airport code: KEF) six times a week from October to April and seven days a week from May to September. KEF to YYZ flights are on the same days.
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Flights leave Terminal 3, Toronto Pearson, at 9:10 p.m. and land in Iceland the following morning at 6:25 a.m. (Reykjavik time). Flying time from Toronto to Iceland is five hours and 15 minutes.
Icelandair reservations do not require confirmation.
What type of planes are used for Icelandair Toronto to Iceland flights? Boeing 757s.
Halifax to Iceland flights
Toronto is Icelandair's second destination in Canada. Icelandair flies from Halifax, Nova Scotia (airport code: YHZ) to Reykjavik (airport code: KEF) three times weekly between early June and early November.
Flying time, between Halifax and Iceland, is four hours and 15 minutes. Flights leave Halifax Stanfield at 10:00 p.m. and land at Keflavik International Airport the next morning at 5:15 a.m. (Iceland time).
What days does Icelandair fly to and from Edmonton (airport code YEG)? On Tuesdays, year-round.
Flying Montreal to Reykjavik
Icelandair flights from Montreal (airport code: YUL) to Reykjavik depart from May to November on the following days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
How long are the non-stop flights from Quebec to Iceland's Keflavik Airport? Five hours.
Iceland to Europe flights
Icelandair flights connect in Iceland to other cities in Europe, including Amsterdam, Berlin, Bergen, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Gothenburg, Helsinki, London, Manchester, Munich, Paris, Oslo, Stockholm, Trondheim, Geneva and Zurich. Icelandair also offers flights to and from St. Petersburg, Russia.
Flights from Iceland to London are daily to Heathrow (airport code: LHR) with additional Icelandair flights to Gatwick airport (code: LGW). There are up to five flights daily in summer from Iceland to Copenhagen, Denmark.
Flights from Paris and Frankfurt to Iceland depart at 8 a.m. and return to Europe in the afternoon.
Free Iceland stopovers
Iceland is located halfway between North America and Europe. All Icelandair flights have free WiFi.
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Passengers flying on Icelandair to Europe can stopover in Iceland on their way to or from Europe, without paying extra airfare. They can stay up to seven nights and book special hotel rates.
U.S. Icelandair destinations
Baltimore flights were discontinued in January 2008, because of lower demand after thousands of Americans left Iceland's American military base. Icelandair flights continue year-round from Iceland to Boston, Seattle, Denver, and New York (airport code: JFK), with seasonal flights between Iceland and Minneapolis/St. Paul, Washington DC, Orlando Sanford and Anchorage (airport code: ANC).
Icelandair offers flights from Reykjavik to three Canadian, eight U.S. and 26 European cities.
Things to see and do in Iceland: