This line, which is served by Icelandair airlines, offers the best price with 7,034 TL in our review for 30 days from today. If you are going to fly Reykjavik Boston flights, you can take these prices into account.
If you're flying between Reykjavik Boston and don't have plans to return soon, a one-way ticket may be of interest to 6,890 TL. If your return plan is already clear, it may be advantageous to buy both the outbound and return tickets at the same time. We reviewed a period of 3 months nearby and found the best price we could find for Reykjavik Boston round trip 9,067 TL
Try purchasing Reykjavik Boston flight tickets 89 days later. You will find that you are getting close to the best prices.
Flying during March, June and February months of the year will give you better fares on this route than the rest of the year. January, December and April months are always more expensive as they are the months most preferred when flying between Reykjavik Boston.
Transportation from Reykjavik City Center to Keflavík International Airport
Although Keflavík International Airport is approximately 50 km from Reykjavik, it is not difficult to reach the airport thanks to the city's regular infrastructure.
The easiest way to reach Keflavík Airport from Reykjavik city center is to take a taxi. You cannot hail taxis from the street in Iceland, instead you have to go to a taxi stand or call them to your location using the taxi companies' own apps. Icelandic taxis all have a meter and almost all accept credit cards.
Two private bus companies carry passengers from the city center to Keflavík Airport. Flybus, one of them, picks you up from your hotel at certain times throughout the day and takes you to the airport. The other company that provides this service, Airport Direct, also picks you up from your hotel or the nearest bus stop to your hotel.
Both companies reach the airport in approximately 45 minutes. It is recommended to use this service 3-4 hours before your flight so that you can reach the airport in the time period recommended by the authorities.
The most economical way of this journey is to use public transportation. You reach the airport after a 60-75-minute journey by bus number 55. The first flight departs from BSI Bus Terminal on weekdays, while on weekends it is approximately 10 km. It departs from the Fjörður stop at a distance. The departure times vary considerably. You can check the most up-to-date information on the Straeto website.
Transportation from Boston Logan International Airport to the City Center
Logan Express, a bus line serving between Boston Logan International Airport and Braintree, Framingham, Woburn, Peabody, takes 35-40 minutes in total between the start and end stops. The fee for this express line is 7 dollars. In addition, blue and white airport shuttle buses depart every 5-6 minutes to reach the city center.
One of the most frequently used means of public transportation in Boston for airport and city transportation is the subway. It takes about 30-40 minutes to reach the city center by metro, while a one-way ticket costs $2.65 per person. Passengers who want to take the metro can use the free transfer buses departing from the airport.
Those who want to have a more comfortable journey by taking a taxi to the city center can reach the city center in 15 or 25 minutes, depending on the density of traffic. Taxi fare varies between 25-45 dollars accordingly. The airport, which is approximately 5 and a half kilometers away from the city center, also offers free shuttle service to some hotels. For this reason, if you are going to stay at the hotel, it is useful to get information about this issue from the hotel authorities in advance.
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