Airlines operating to and from KEF International Airport can be found here.
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For a fuller overview of options to get from home to Iceland and back, GoEuro is an excellent comparison site that helps you find the most efficient route to your destination by merging together multiple transport types to show the best combinations. To find cheap flights and the best travel deals, GoEuro also considers nearby towns and cities for a bigger pool of journey options. Then you can sort everything to best suit the way you like to travel by selecting the cheapest or fastest buttons. They'll work out the overall travel time and costs too, making it easier for you to budget and plan your trip.
KEF International Airport is only 5 miles away from the ATP Iceland festival site!
TAXI: There is a taxi-stand outside the airport, and the festival site is a 5-minute drive away. There are usually plenty of taxis waiting outside the airport when flights are arriving. In case there aren’t any, a good taxi number in Keflavík is +354 420 12 12.
(Please note we provide taxi & car hire info as a convenience to festivalgoers only. We aren't connected with these transport companies and we do not make any representations concerning them)
Keflavik is only 2.5 miles away from the ATP Iceland festival site!
There are 2 public busses that run from the Keflavik area to the ATP Iceland festival site, the 3/3a and the REX. Maps & current schedules for both available here.
Reykjavík is approximately 45 minutes away by car from the ATP Iceland festival site.
Those planning to stay in Reykjavík will be able to purchase weekend (on sale now) or single day bus returns through ATP (on sale closer to the event), which will run from Reykjavík's main bus terminal (BSÍ) to the ATP Iceland festival site at Ásbrú. These buses will leave throughout the afternoon & evening of each day of the event from BSÍ to the festival site, and throughout the late evening & night from the festival site back to BSÍ. The exact times of these busses will be announced close to the event, once the stage times have been confirmed.
There is also the number 55 public bus, which runs from outside BSÍ (stop name - Umferðarmiðstöðin), to directly outside the Keilir building onsite at Ásbrú. Busses back to BSÍ Umferðarmiðstöðin leave from outside of Keilir also, but from the opposite side of the street. A current schedule for this bus route can be found here.
The areas marked in GREEN on the below image are available to use for customer car parking.
Compared to the capacity of the festival though the amount of parking spaces on-site is still fairly limited, so if you are coming with three friends - please all arrive in the same car; not four separate ones. Once the car parks are full you will have to park elsewhere, so be prepared!