Reykjavik Keflavik Airport Guide to Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF)

Reykjavik Keflaviv Airport Bus

In this page you’ll find all the Bus options at Reykjavik-Keflavik International Airport (KEF).

Reykjavik Airport (IATA: KEF; ICAO: BIKF), officially named as Keflavík International Airport or also known as Reykjavik-Keflavik Airport is the main airport serving Reykjavik area, in Iceland, and the largest airport of the country. It is located in Keflavik, between 30 and 45 minutes from Reykjavik city centre. At Reykjavik Airport you can find the following bus options:

Airport Express

It is a return bus line which connects KEF Airport with Reykjavik city but also with Akureyri. The ride takes between 35 and 45 minutes. It is very recommended to check the timetable of the Airport Express bus in advance and to pre-book online. If you forgot to do it, at KEF Airport you’ll find the Gray Line Iceland office at the Arrivals hall where you can get your tickets (but it is not asured you’ll have one available). This service also includes that you can choose the dropping off address (door to door). For further information don’t hesitate to contact at: iceland@grayline.is/ Tel: +354 540 1313. A single ticket costs 2.400 ISK (which are about 20 €), and a returning ticket 3.900 ISK (about 32 €).

Flybus

Located outside KEF Airport’s Terminal, it is a busline which works every 35-40 minutes after every flight’s arrival. You’ll see the information about the Flybus on the information screens inside the Terminal, but you can also ask at the Airport’s Information desk at the Arrivals Hall. The Flybus trip to Reykjavik takes around 45 minutes and it stops at Hotel Viking in Hafnarfjörður and at Aktu Taktu in Garðabær. When reaching Reykjavík the first stop will be the BSÍ Bus Terminal. Transfers are available to all major hotels. To return to KEF Airport you can ask your hotel for a transfer to BSÍ Bus Terminal, where you’ll reach a Flybus to the airport. For further information contact at: main@re.is. All Flybuses have free WiFi inside. The single ticket costs 2.500 ISK (20 €) and the returning 3.000 ISK (25 €).

Keflavik Airport – Strætó

The bus line 55 at Straeto drives you to and from the airport and also to the central Reykjavik (BSÍ- Bus Terminal) nine times per day.