Information regarding COVID-19

Here below you'll find all the latest information on the measures taken, in light of current circumstances.

Our airport transfer schedule

Due to COVID-19 and current travel restrictions around the world, we will not be operating our shared transfer between Keflavik International Airport and Reykjavik City until further notice. If you already have a reservation we will notify you via email if there are any changes to our departures. Our reservation system on our website will always show an updated tour schedule.

Testing for international arrivals

As of January 15th, 2021 arriving passengers must undergo a double testing procedure along with quarantine for 5-6 days. This rule is valid until May 1st.

As of February 19, all travelers to Iceland are required to present a negative PCR test certificate prior to departure and on arrival in Iceland. This is in addition to the current system of double screening on arrival. If a PCR test is not presented a fine is issued.

You'll find further information on the official information portal and the Keflavik airport information site. 

Health and safety measures - We are taking extra precautions

From July 31st, 2020, if it's not possible to keep a 2-meter distance between passengers on our buses all our passengers are obligated to wear face masks during the transfer. If you do not have one it's possible to purchase a mask at our service desk in Reykjavik and at Keflavik Airport. 

Before and after each transfer, all contact surfaces in our buses are disinfected to reduce the risk of infection.  All buses and terminals are equipped with hand sanitizers. All precautionary procedures are based on guidelines provided by the Icelandic Directorate of Health and WHO.

What can you do when arriving at the airport?

All arriving travelers at Keflavik Airport are obligated to wear a facemask and keep a two-meter distance. We ask everyone to take good care of their health by washing hands with soap and using hand sanitizer and to minimize all contact with others.

What do you have to do when in Iceland?

Local health line

Travelers from areas with a high risk of infection or experiencing flu symptoms should consider changing tour dates and contact the local health line: +354 544 4113. The helpline is the first point of contact before entering hospitals and clinics.

Rebookings and refunds

We highly recommend to our customers to rebook, free of charge. Regarding refunds, our policies are in effect. We have always been flexible when cancellations of transfers are necessary and the Airport Direct refund policy is 24h+ notice in order to get a full refund for our service.