Are you trying to plan your trip to Iceland? With the ever-shifting flight schedules and airlines struggling with the Covid aftermath, it’s no wonder you can get lost looking for the best flight for your vacation or Iceland fishing trip. Luckily, more and more airlines are adding Iceland back to their schedule after a drastic decrease in flights during the pandemic.
The latest airline to announce a USA-Iceland flight was the low-budget airline Play Air
Below we have assembled all the airlines and destinations confirmed to fly to Iceland in the summer of 2022. This list is ever-expanding, and will be updated, but is accurate as of 17th of December, 2021.
USA & Canada
Airlines carriers confirmed to fly to Iceland from the USA: IcelandAir, Play, Delta, American Airlines, United Airlines, Air Canada
Cities with direct flights to Iceland: Seattle, Portland, Denver, Minneapolis, Dallas, Orlando, Washington DC, Baltimore, New York, Boston, Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto
Airlines carriers confirmed to fly to Iceland from Europe: IcelandAir, Play, British Airways, Wizz Air, Jet2, Easy Jet, Iberia, Vueling, Transavia, Austrian, Czech Airlines, SAS, Norwegian, Air Atlantic, Edelweiss, Lufthansa, TUI Airlines, Neos.
Cities with direct flights to Iceland: London, Munich, Paris, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Bristol, Manchester, Luton, Stockholm, Zurich, Riga, Vagar, Birmingham, East Midlands, Glasgow, Leeds, Frankfurt, Berlin, Oslo, Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Las Palmas, Salzburg, Tenerife, Budapest, Dortmund, Gdansk, Katowice, Krakow, Milan, Napoli, Rome, Vienna, Vilnius, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Malaga, Geneva, Verona, Bologna, Venice, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Brussels, Nottingham, Dublin, Belfast, Newcastle, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger, Gothenburg, Billund, Helsinki, Prague,