Traveling to Iceland

First time in Iceland? No worries. Here are some useful tips!

Getting to Iceland

Iceland is easy to reach, as a number of airlines fly here all year-round.

We suggest using Dohop (an Icelandic company) to find and book your flights. Dohop is an award-winning flight comparison website that finds and compares prices for all regularly scheduled flights, from all over the world.

A surprising number of airlines have regular scheduled flights to Iceland, including Icelandair, WOWair, easyJet, SAS, Delta and Norwegian to name a few.


IceCon is held in October so you should have your flights booked by the end of May 2018 to ensure you get good prices. You are fine with waiting a bit, but we do not recommend waiting for much longer than perhaps the middle of September, as prices will go up quickly as we get closer to October.

Getting to Reykjavík from the airport


The main (only, really) international airport is in Keflavik, the the airport is cleverly named Keflavik/Reykjavik International Airport. Reykjavik, however, is just a short and scenic bus ride away, with buses leaving the airport at regular intervals.

Here is information on buses to Reykjavik from the airport

So, no matter where in the world you are, getting here shouldn’t be a problem.


Unfortunately, we’ve not been able to get special rates at hotels for IceCon members, due to exploding tourism; there is no off-season in Iceland anymore. But there are plenty of good hotels and hostels in Reykjavík with acceptable rates. We recommend that you book early!


IceCon 2018 takes place at Iðnó, a theater in the heart of Reykjavík.

Click here to find Iðnó on Google Maps: