Country codes Iceland

ISO 3166-1 2 letter

IS

ISO 3166-1 3 letter

ISL

Internet TLD

.is

Phone calling code

354

Large airports

1

Medium airports

8

Small airports

73

Heliports

N/A

Total airports

82

Largest airports in Iceland

There are 1 large airports in Iceland.

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ICAO IATA Name Type Municipality
BIKF KEF Keflavik International Airport Large airport Reykjavík

Airport codes in Iceland

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ICAO IATA Name Type Municipality
BIAR AEY Akureyri Airport Medium airport Akureyri
BIEG EGS Egilsstaðir Airport Medium airport Egilsstaðir
BIHN HFN Hornafjörður Airport Medium airport Höfn
BIHU HZK Húsavík Airport Medium airport Húsavík
BIIS IFJ Ísafjörður Airport Medium airport Ísafjörður
BIKF KEF Keflavik International Airport Large airport Reykjavík
BIRK RKV Reykjavik Airport Medium airport Reykjavik
BISI SIJ Siglufjörður Airport Medium airport Siglufjörður
BIVM VEY Vestmannaeyjar Airport Medium airport Vestmannaeyjar

About Iceland

Iceland (native name: Ísland) is a country located in Northern Europe. In total, the population of the country reaches 334.3 thousand inhabitants. Its capital is Reykjavík.

The international country code of Iceland is IS or ISL. There are no land neighbouring countries.

The common language in Iceland is Icelandic(Íslenska).
The only officially used currency is Icelandic króna. If you want to exchange money, check the current value of the Icelandic króna with the value of your local currency at the money exchange office.

There are 1 large, 8 medium and about 73 small airports in Iceland.

Travel to Iceland

Tourism

If you need more tourist information we can advise you to buy a guide for Iceland

Health

No vaccinations are required.

Tap water

The tap water in Iceland is safe to drink straight from the tap.

Weather

The historical average temperature lies between -2.9°C (February) and 7.1°C (August).

Emergency

When travelling abroad keep in mind that the response times and services available on the other end of the call may be different than those in your own country.

112 (EU)

In case of an emergency, the number for local police, ambulance or fire station is 112. Dialling 112 could be a life-saver and is completely free. In most EU countries, the operator will speak both the local language and English. If you want to call the emergency number from a mobile phone, your phone will probably have a pre-programmed list of emergency numbers. 112 is usually in addition to other emergency numbers like 911.

The emergency number is in effect in every country of the European Union. There are also some other European and Non-European countries where you can dial 112 in case of an emergency.

You can dial 112 from any mobile phone, landline, or payphone. In some countries, 112 is the only emergency number, in other countries 112 is in addition to local emergency numbers. In countries where 112 is not an official emergency number, the call is sometimes forwarded to the local emergency number.

Do you want to call the emergency number via a fixed telephone connection, the address of the connection is automatically communicated to the alarm centre. If you’re calling with a mobile phone, the location of the GSM mast will communicate your location and in some cases also the GPS location of your mobile phone to the alarm centre.

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Car rental

Rent a car in Iceland

Find a rental car at your destination airport to make the most out of your trip to Iceland.

When traveling abroad, we mostly have a limited amount of time to experience the beautiful sights and activities and often end up we really want to do. Renting a car lets you travel at your own leisure and get to the spots you want to visit in Iceland quickly and hassle-free.

Car rental services often include a GPS system, providing you with the perfect opportunity to explore the country without getting lost. You can drive wherever you want to go.

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Travel insurance

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