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Travelling to Iceland could not be simpler. Regular scheduled flights from most of Europe take between 2 and 4 hours and flights from the East Coast of America take between 5 and 6 hours. This offers great advantages in that there are no lengthy over night stays to consider and it is generally possible to be fishing on the day of your arrival and during the morning before you leave. For those who want the best Atlantic Salmon fly fishing but can only afford the time for a long weekend or three or four day trip, there is no better destination on earth.
There are a number of operators flying regular flights into Iceland and there are also two Icelandic airlines. For the best value we recommend Iceland Express, flying from London Stansted, and Icelandair, flying from London Heathrow. Iceland Express connects Iceland on a daily basis with Copenhagen, London (Stansted) and other destinations in Europe, whilst Icelandair has a regular schedule of daily non-stop flights to Iceland from many major European and North American cities.
A number of other airlines offer direct flights during the more popular summer months. Keflavik International Airport is close to Reykjavik and can be accessed from the centre in a little over half an hour by taxi, scheduled bus or transfer service booked through Fly Fish Iceland.
Should guests require a Schengen visa (please check with your embassy or with Fly Fish Iceland staff), this should be obtained prior to arrival in Iceland, a Schengen territory. In most instances, Danish embassies will handle visa applications on behalf of Iceland. A list of these embassies and further information is available on the Directorate of Immigration home page www.utl.is
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