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Direct Flights to North Iceland are available all year round. 

-Niceair flies to Copenhagen and Tenerife, and from April 2023 to Alicante. Learn more:

-Starting in May 2023, the German airline Condor will begin flying directly to Akureyri from Frankfurt weekly. The airline will also offer weekly flights to Egilsstaðir in East Iceland.
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-Charter flights from the UK and Netherlands have been regularly offered in recent years. Voigt Travel, a Dutch travel agency, provides trips to North Iceland in both summer and winter.
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-Starting in July 2023, Edelweiss Air will start operating flights from Zurich to Akureyri. Offering seven departures in July and August, the airline plans on operating from June to September in 2023. The airline also flies to Keflavík, making it possible to combine flights from the two airports.
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-Icelandair operates domestic flights to Reykjavík airport, with multiple flights available daily. The airline also offers international flights to and from Keflavík International Airport, and booking a single ticket for both international and domestic flights from Reykjavík airport is possible. Learn more:

Niceair is a new carrier starting direct year round scheduled services from Denmark and Spain to Akureyri, the gateway to Arctic North Iceland.From spring 2023, Alicante and Dusseldorf will be added as destinations. Based in Akureyri, the carrier will operate with Airbus A319 aircraft featuring 150 seats which offers optimal performance for both passengers and cargo. The flights will initially be operated using the aircraft of an established European airline.  Akureyri, Iceland’s second city and capital of the North is located just 60 miles south of the Arctic Circle and is an attraction in itself. Situated at the end of Iceland’s longest fjord, the views from the city are breath-taking and the tourism offering is significant with a wide range of hotels and accommodation options, local tour operators offering experiences in the surrounding area, Iceland’s largest ski area, a rich cultural programme and a wide variety of excellent shops, bars and restaurants. The wider area offers countless experiences, including year-round whale watching, geothermal pools, charming towns and villages, world leading attractions such as the now famous ‘Beer Spa’, luxury accommodation and much more.