Iceland is highly accessible, the island is situated in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean midway between Europe and North America with only 3 hours flight from Europe and 5 hours from the east coast of North America. Keflavik International Airport is the largest airport in Iceland and the country´s main hub for international transportation. It is situated 50km south-west of Reykjavík.
There are more weekly flights from Keflavik airport to N-America than from Oslo, Helsinki and Stockholm altogether and twice as many than from Copenhagen.
25 international airlines have scheduled flights during high season 2016 to over 80 airports in 69 destinations. During low season 2015/2016 9 airlines serve 45 airports in 39 destinations.
In 2016 there are 125 weekly flights connecting N-America.
Reykjavík Airport is Iceland´s domestic hub airport. The Airport is situated a short distance from the city centre. Reykjavík Airport also serves as a international Airport for Private Aircrafts.