Travellers visiting Iceland from 15.June!

Note: Travel restrictions for NON schengen citizens to Iceland are in place.

Here you can find further information on the list of countries / nationals allowed to enter Iceland in July

We offer unlimited booking modifications, so if you need to make changes to your booking please contact us at

Flights to Iceland this summer!

Six airlines will offer scheduled flights to Iceland this summer:


More info on scheduled flights this summer!

Wizz Air


Czech Airlines


Atlantic Airways

Air Baltic



Airlines that have confirmed they will NOT be flying to Iceland this summer:

  • American Airlines
  • Delta
  • United Airlines
  • Air Canada

Entry information

Iceland will be open for travellers from 15.June 2020. The decision will be reevaluated every two weeks according to the government. 

Up on arrival travellers can opt for a COVID19 test as an alternative to 14 day quarantine. 

Testing will be available at KEF international airport upon arrival. Testing will be FREE of charge between 15.June-30.June. From 1.July it will cost 15.000 ISK to get tested. Note that children born in 2005 or later do not have to get tested.

Travellers will be required to fill out a pre-registration form before the departure to Iceland and follow the rules regarding infection control during the stay here in Iceland.

We encourage all travellers to download the C-19 tracking app to keep up with the latest information regarding COVID-19 in Iceland and on how to contact the health care service in Iceland. 

Travellers do NOT need to self quarantine before receiving the test results but are advised to take preventive measures to protect themselves and others from infection. 

It can take anywhere from a few hours up to 24 hours to get the results so if you come straight to us after arriving in Iceland we recommend staying in the capital area until you receive the test results.

Click here for further information.

Note: it is not valid to provide a certificate of negative PCR-test results at this time, all who want to skip the 14 day quarantine need to get tested upon arrival in Iceland.