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Fares from $438 One Way, $596 Round Trip from Raleigh to Reykjavik

Prices starting at $596 for return flights and $438 for one-way flights to Reykjavik were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Flights from Raleigh to Reykjavik - Frequently Asked Questions

Are there non-stop flights from Raleigh to Reykjavik?

You'll need to break up the journey from Raleigh, NC Airport (RDU-Raleigh - Durham Intl.) to Reykjavik Airport (KEF-Keflavik Intl.) because there are no direct flights on this route. JetBlue Airways, Icelandair and British Airways offer the best alternative — a flight with just one stopover.

What is the shortest flight from Raleigh to Reykjavik?

The quickest flight time from Raleigh to Reykjavik is 6 hours and 59 minutes. Order a refreshment from the drink cart, hone your travel itinerary or make friends with your seat mate — you'll have the time on this medium-haul journey.

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Finding Flights from Raleigh to Reykjavik

Cheap Flights from Raleigh

Searching for cheap flights from Raleigh is simple with Orbitz.com. If travelers are working with a fixed budget, they can find affordable flights by checking the airfares of multiple airlines all at once. Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) offers direct flights to at least 40 domestic and international destinations on a daily basis. Airlines include American Airlines, Delta Airlines, jetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and a number of others. The airport is located approximately 15 miles from downtown Raleigh at 2400 West Terminal Blvd. in Morrisville, NC. Use the Orbitz.com trip planner feature to help you figure out the detail of your visit to this airport.

Airport Parking Information

RDU offers a number of parking options to travelers, including both hourly and daily parking. Hourly parking rates are $1 per hour, with a $24 daily maximum. The daily parking rate is $2 per hour with a $12 per day maximum. Travelers also have the option to use Park & Ride which is just $6 a day.

Airport Transportation Information

There are a variety of transportation options to choose from at this airport. Passengers can choose from taxi and limousine services, as well as shuttle buses and rental cars. There are also transportation connections with the local train and bus stations in the area. The Triangle Transit bus system operates from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and costs $2 per trip.

RDU Restaurant Options

There are numerous dining options available to RDU passengers. The airport has restaurants that include seafood, sandwiches, burgers, fries, pastries, salads and much more. Among the many dining options available in Terminal 2 is the Five Guys restaurant. Five Guys specializes in freshly made burgers and fries and is open from 5 a.m. until the last flight. Other dining options in this terminal include Brueger's Bagel, 42nd Street Oyster Bar and California Pizza Kitchen. AJ's Tavern in Terminal 1 is also open from 5 a.m. until the last flight. This restaurant has a variety of sandwiches, salads and drinks on its menu. Other Terminal 1 restaurants include Cinnabon, Carvel, Starbucks and Green Leaf's. Orbitz.com can help you plan your trip and find you the best cheap flights from Raleigh.

Keflavik International Airport

If you're looking for a good deal on flights to Reykjavik, Orbitz.com can find you cheap tickets. The website searches hundreds of flight combinations so you can easily book a flight that fits your travel needs and your budget. The Keflavik International Airport is located at 235 Keflavikurflugvollur, approximately 30 miles from downtown Reyjavik. It's the largest airport in Iceland and has hubs for 16 different airlines, including Iceland Air, easyJet, Delta Air Lines and Air Berlin.

Transportation From the Airport

Two cab companies service the airport-A-Stooin and Hreyfill. The cab fare from the airport to Reykjavik is approximately $60. The Airport Express and Flybus also transport passengers from the airport into Reyjavik. The ride takes approximately 45 minutes. If you'd rather have your own vehicle during your stay in Reyjavik, use Orbitz.com to rent a car. The website has packages that include both rental cars and flights that are designed to save you money.

Climate in Reyjavik

June, July and August are the warmest months in Reyjavik. Temperatures range from the mid-40s to the mid-50s. The summer months are considered the city's peak travel time because the weather is slightly warmer. The winter months are cold, with temperatures that stay in the high 20s and mid-30s. You can also expect a lot of wind during the winter. If you use Orbitz.com to book your trip in May or September, you'll save money, as it's still the off-season.

Highlights and Attractions

The Gullfloss Waterfall, National Museum of Iceland and the Golden Circle Route are popular attractions in Reyjavik. Orbitz.com can find flights to Reyjavik and tickets to attractions, such as a whitewater rafting tour of the Hvita River.

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Orbitz.com from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.