Book flights from Birmingham (BHX), England to Reykjavik (KEF), Iceland. Icelandair offers low fares on flights to Reykjavik, Iceland.  Plan your trip to Reykjavik, book your flights, buy your airline tickets, and fly from Birmingham to Reykjavik! Enjoy your holidays in Iceland when you fly Icelandair. Trusted for over 75 years, with Icelandair you can enjoy your trip to Reykjavik and: our great on-time performance, our entertainment system full of fun, entertaining and stimulating programmes for you enjoy, and who knows, you may even learn to speak like a Viking.


Use Icelandair to fly from Birmingham to Iceland. Whatever the season, Iceland has lots to offer. Come and explore the land of the Vikings. Get close to nature with gushing geysers and mesmerizing waterfalls, glacial rivers and tranquil lakes. For the adventurous, why not go rafting or tubing or perhaps a spot of caving? Or if you’re looking to recharge, for total relaxation, look no further than our geo-thermally heated outdoor swimming pools and hot pots for you to soak in and unwind. In the summer you can experience our 24 hours daylight and play golf at midnight. During the winter, Iceland is a fairy-tale of darkness and snow and you’ll have a chance to catch the splendour of the mesmerizing northern lights dancing in the skies. So, leave behind the Balti Triangle and the Bull Ring Markets and book tickets to fly to Iceland.

Want to learn more about Iceland’s history and culture? We’ve a whole host of museums for you. Or maybe you’d like to browse in our galleries, boutiques and concept stores. If wining and dining are on your holiday list, Iceland has a lot on offer to tantalise your taste buds: from salmon from our glacial rivers, to our anti-oxidant rich blueberries and our award winning beers. Check Icelandair’s cheap tickets from Birmingham, England (BHX) to Reykjavik (KEF) and plan your holidays now! 


  • The distance from Birmingham Airport (BHX) to Reykjavik Keflavik International Airport (KEF) is approximately 1,755 kilometres or 1, 091 miles. Now that’s close!
  • The full name of the airport is: Keflavik International Airport. But since not too many people know that Keflavik is a little town just outside of Reykjavik, it’s often called Reykjavik Keflavik International Airport. Some just call it Keflavik.
  • KEF is located approximately 50 kilometres or 31 miles southwest of downtown Reykjavik.
  • Keflavik International Airport (KEF) has 1 terminal, which was called The Leifur Eriksson Air Terminal. Who was Leifur Eriksson? He was a Norse explorer who is considered to be the first European on North American soil five hundred years before Colombus. The terminalopened in 1987, was enlarged in 2001 and 2007 and in 2014 there are 6 new gates being added.
  • What’s stuðlaberg? On routes from the UK we want you to feel like you’ve learned a little bit about Iceland, so we’ve added glimpses of info about our country all around the plane, even naming each food item after natural wonders of the country.
  • On flights from Birmingham to Iceland you can: learn a few Icelandic phrases, taste an Icelandic donut, and even try some of our invigorating glacial water.
  • A complimentary warm meal for children is served on all Icelandair flights from Europe to Iceland. And the packaging transforms into a cool, creative kid’s toy.
  • We want you to relax on your holidays in Iceland. Blankets & pillows are in every seat on European routes to Iceland—they even come with an Icelandic lullaby.
  • Ready to treat yourself? Enjoy travelling in Saga Class. More luggage allowance, more leg room, and more peace and quiet with our free noise cancelling earphones.
  • The personal inflight entertainment system is available on nearly every flight from Birmingham to Reykjavik and it offers a full selection of programming for you and for children too. Go ahead, let your kids enjoy the antics of Shaun the Sheep and Angelina Ballerina and catch up with Bob the Builder.
  • Like to keep up with the latest sounds? So do we, which is why we’ve done all the hard work for you and have put together a range of 40 diverse albums to suit your every mood, showcasing some of the best in Icelandic and international music.
  • Use Icelandair to fly from Birmingham, England to Reykjavik, Iceland for your next vacation and you will have the distinct pleasure of flying the only airline in the world that names its planes after volcanoes. Now try to pronounce this one: Snæfell. Confused? Try this: Snigh-fetl. It means snow field. You are now an Icelandic speaker. Welcome to the club!
  • You can easily get from downtown Reykjavik to Keflavik International Airport (KEF) by car, bus, or taxi (40-50 minutes).
  • There is another small airport in Reykjavik near the city centre. But unless you are on a private jet or flying to other parts of Iceland, Greenland, or the Faroe Islands, you’ll be landing at Keflavik International Airport.
  • Whilst we can’t guarantee you’ll see the aurora borealis, we can assure you that our lively nightlife scene thrives year-round and the dancing lights of our clubs go on and on.
  • For a truly unique experience you can snorkel in some of the world’s purest water in the world. And do this between the continent of Europe and North America.
  • What’s a lopapeysa? Worn by teenagers, grandparents and a favourite of the wife of the President of Iceland, Dorrit Moussaieff, you’ll be spoiled for choice in the craft and knitwear shops in Iceland.


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