Iceland Flights GuideIceland is a nordic European country and island sitting on the North Atlantic Ocean. Iceland is Europe's most sparsely populated country but home to many natural wonders including volcanoes, geysers, and glaciers. After seeing the Hallgrimskirkja Church and wandering through the small capital city of Reykjavik, head out to the famous Golden Circle. The ring road will lead you to Thingvellir National Park, where the North American and European tectonic plates meet. The Geysir Hot Springs and roaring Gullfoss Waterfall also lies on the Golden Circle path. The Geothermal Blue Lagoon Spa is a tourist favourite as well as catching a glimpse of the Aurora Borealis. See snowcapped peaks and colorful houses in charming Husavik while some glaciers can be found on the country's south coast.
Getting to Iceland by plane means you will most likely be landing at Keflavik International Airport (KEF) about an hour away from Reykjavik. The Reykjavik Airport only serves domestic flights with the exception of flights to Greenland and Faroe Islands. Iceland has a maritime climate with cooler summers and temperatures rarely falling below 0 but can feel a lot different with the added wind chill. The weather in Iceland is never constant and can change from rainy and cloudy to sunny in a few hours.