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AH201  Reykjavik Terminal to Keflavik Airport All year round
 
Airport Express One Way Transfer from our bus terminal in Holtagarðar, Reykjavík.
 
If you would like to book with shorter notice than the booking system allows, please call us at +354 540 1313 and we will make sure to add you on the bus that fits your flight departure.
 
Please note that this service operates according to a fixed schedule. The given times are departure times from our bus terminal in Holtagarðar. 

Please be at the Holtagarðar bus terminal no later than 15 minutes before the scheduled departure time.

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Days of week:
All year round
 
 
Departure times
According to schedule
 
Free hotel pick-up service
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Duration
45 min
 
Travelling with children
Child (0-11): Free
Youth (12-17): 50% off
 

Price: 2.400 ISK
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