Keflavik International Airport, also known as Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF)
When you arrive at KEF, you have a few methods for getting from the airport into the city centre.
Taxi services are found at Leifur Eiriksson Air Terminal. Taxi companies include BSR A station, City Car Station, and City Taxi. You can book ahead by calling the company or hail a taxi at the terminal. Taxis take approximately 45 minutes to the city centre, and they will cost around 16,000 ISK for up to 4 passengers one-way.
The most affordable way to get into the city centre is by bus. Public transportation offers Route 55 between city centre and the Leifur Eiriksson Air Terminal. The trip takes approximately 75 minutes and will cost 1,760 ISK one-way.
The Airport Express drives from the airport to Holtagardar 10 and passes the hotels and guest houses in the city centre. Departures from the airport occur every 35 – 45 minutes. A one-way trip from the airport costs approximately 2,400 ISK. Another shuttle option is the airport bus offered by the Icelandic Traffic Center. The shuttle departs every 35 – 45 minutes from the airport as well and a one-way trip from the airport to a hotel in the city centre starts at 3,000 ISK.
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