Most international passengers flying to Iceland arrive at the Leifur Eiríksson International Air Terminal in Keflavik, 48 km from Reykjavik.
Making your way through the terminal is a breeze, even on the busiest of days. And unlike most international airports, tax- and duty-free goods are available to arriving passengers.
Usually at desks 18-22, to the left when you enter the departure hall
The Flybus service runs between Keflavik Airport and Reykjavík in connection with all arriving and departing flights.
The Flybus stops directly in front of the terminal exit and is very easy to find. The buses make a stop at the Reykjavik Main Bus Terminal before continuing on to some of the city's major hotels and guesthouses.
The ride takes around 45 minutes.
You can buy a ticket for the FlyBus on board the bus and they also accept credit cards.
Flybus, 45 minutes to Reykjavík
Driving to Reykjavík is a simple matter. Just follow the signs and you'll be there in about 45 minutes. You could even make a stop at the Blue Lagoon, conveniently located between the airport and the city.
Car Rental offices are located in the arrivals hall.