We are open for business!
Our day tour operations start again today, 01 June!
Our highly experienced and energetic staff is extremely excited to finally welcome travellers on our Day Tours, Blue lagoon transfers and Highland Bus services after being closed for the first time in 50 years.
We look forward to welcoming you at the BSÍ Bus Terminal in central Reykjavík or at Keflavík International Airport!
Velkomin til Íslands – Welcome to Iceland!
Information regarding COVID-19
Flybus will operate in connection to all arriving flights to Keflavík except those that are from countries listed as high risk. The Flybus stops at selected locations on the way to Reykjavik City Centre.
For passengers arriving from high risk countries who are exempt from staying at a quarantine hotel, it may be possible to use a Flybus departure in connection to another flight arriving at a similar time.
Flybus to Keflavik airport will start operating from June 1st and our partners at Enterprise Rent-A-Car have special offers on rental cars to and from Keflavik International Airport.
- The Bus Terminal (BSI) will open from 1. June.
- The Flybus arrives and departs from the front of BSI (where the taxis stop).
- You can buy your ticket online here.
- Our service centre is open Monday - Friday from 8AM - 5PM.
- Passengers arriving in Iceland who have to quarantine are allowed to use the Flybus based on the regulations by The Directorate of Health. Please note the mandatory mask use on board.
As of May 26, 2021 the following rules apply:
Groups are limited to 150 adults. Restrictions on the number of people do not apply to public transport, coach travel, domestic flights and passenger ferries. We remind everyone that we need our 6 feet / 2 meters of space for social distancing in Iceland. Mask use is mandatory in public transportation, and in situations where maintaining 2 meters of space between individuals is for whatever reason problematic. Face masks shall cover the nose and mouth. This does not apply to children born in 2005 and later. Further information on restrictions on gatherings can be found here.
All arriving passengers in Iceland are required to present a negative PCR taken within 72 hours of their time of departure to Iceland. This is in addition to the current system of double screening, that also requires all arriving passengers to submit to a PCR test upon arrival, followed by a 5-day quarantine and a second PCR test. Those who provide valid proof of having been vaccinated against COVID-19 or can provide a valid proof of prior infection are not required to provide a PCR-test prior to boarding. Everybody must undergo testing on arrival to Iceland, even children.
Further information on the rules on the border can be found here:
- With vaccination certificate or a certificate of previous infection.
- Arrive from a safe area.
- Arrive from risk area.
- Arrive from high-risk area (list I).
- Arrive from restricted area (list II) but exempt from the ban.
- Arrive from restricted area (list II) without reason.
- Transit passengers.
All travellers coming to Iceland need to bring their own face mask and are required to use it on board all buses. Passengers are required to wear a face mask from the time they board the bus until they disembark.
Passengers are required to bring their own masks, and we recommend bringing more than one.
We advise passengers to follow the instructions from WHO (World Health Organization) on how to put on, use, take off and dispose of a face mask.
Do you have more questions about Covid-19 in Iceland? We might have the answer you're looking for on our FAQ page.
For further information, statistics and directions, check out Iceland's official Covid-19 website.