Keflavik, Iceland

Leifur Eiriksson Terminal at Keflavik International Airport is a joy to behold for the mega-airport weary traveler. A restaurant, a bar and shops with Scandinavian delicacies, wines and liquors, and luxury items from around the world are all close at hand in this well-designed and unusually quiet building characterized by an unrestrained emphasis on passenger comfort. Unveiled in April 1987, the Leifur Eiriksson Terminal is small by international standards but remarkable both for its ease of use and its comfort, warmth, and spaciousness. Many travelers passing through this terminal opt for a one to four day Iceland Stopover Package.

The Leifur Eiríksson International Air Terminal is located within the U.S. naval-base area at Keflavík Airport. The Terminal is the gateway for most passenger flights and air-freight flights to and from Iceland. The largest part of civil aviation via Keflavík Airport uses the Terminal as its go-through-point. All retail sale and services operated in the departure hall are located within the duty-free zone and are, therefore, duty- and tax-free.The Flybus is located right outside the Keflavík International Airport. The bus leaves 35-40 minutes after arrival of each flight. Passengers should keep an eye on the screen in the terminal to see when the bus leaves or ask for information at the Flybus information desk at the arrival hall. The trip to Reykjavík will take approximately 45 minutes and upon request, the bus will stop at Fjorukrain in Hafnarfjorour and at Bitabaer in Garoabaer.

When reaching Reykjavík our first stop will be the BSÍ Bus Terminal. Free onwards transfers are available to all major hotels, the Youth Hostel, Laugardalur camping area and the domestic airport.

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