Hire a private jet to Iceland

Iceland is definitely on your bucket list if you are an adventure and nature lover. The landscapes of this country will astonish you, and make your experience worth it why not make it even more memorable by hiring a private jet with LunaJets?

Iceland does not only have cities you can explore but mostly the beautiful isolated sights of nature. It is the country with the largest glaciers and wolds most active volcanoes in Europe. The landscapes include waterfalls, glaciers, black sand beaches and steaming lava fields. The untouched nature of this country makes it a major tourist attraction for all.

How can you hire a private jet in Iceland?

At LunaJets, we stand to our pillars; simple, fast and reliable and will ensure the best travel for you and your loved ones. With our long-standing history and being the market leader in this sector, we have an extensive fleet of 4800 aircraft. Moreover, we will adapt to any of your needs, whether a cargo charter a group charter or a last-minute charter.

We invite you to download our new LunaJets App and follow the steps for your dream charter.

The advantages of the App are:

  • Book a flight anytime and anywhere

  • Store manage and retrieve documents

  • You will have geolocation with directions to the respective airports

  • Compare all the pricing options online

  • Compare the aircraft and their features

  • Maintain informed thanks to live updates

If you prefer contacting us the old-school way, call any of our aviation advisors today and get the best private jet charter option.

Some of the advantages of charter flights are:

  • You get to choose your own schedule, with no delays or long queues

  • You get to choose your route, with no annoying layovers

  • The flight is tailormade to all your preferences (be it dietary, additional luggage etc)

What are the best cities to visit by private jet in Iceland

Iceland is a country full of adventurous experiences just as trekking on the glaciers, relaxing in hot springs, go on the volcanos, and of course, seeing the northern lights.


city and mountain view in Iceland
Visit Reykjavik

The capital of the island is a place you have never experienced in your life before. The unique architecture fusion with mountainous landscapes makes this place absolutely stunning. The city has a couple of sightseeing places to visit like the Hallgrimskirkja Cathedral and the Grotta Lighthouse. The old town is a beautiful option to visit and also for executive travellers this destination is a very interesting choice. The Edition, a 5-star modern luxury experience is a great choice to stay in. Dill a one-star Michelin star restaurant is the perfect place to go for a real Scandinavian experience.

Getting there:

Reykjavik is served by one major airport, Reykjavik Airport (RVK, BIRK). As it is a domestic airport it is less congested than Keflavik Airport (KEF, BIKF). It is located about 3km from the center.


Kópavogur by night
Visit Kópavogur

The second biggest city in Iceland is Kópavogur and still part of the Reykjavik province. The city has many commercial and industrial areas and also features the largest building in Iceland. The city has many museums such as the natural history museum and the art museum. Visiting the sky lagoon is an absolute must. Stay at the Reykjavik Domes to experience luxury and nature.

Getting there:

The closest Airport to Kópavogur is Reykjavík Domestic Airport (RKV / BIRK) located just 8km from the center.

Best events where you can fly by private jet in Iceland

Northern Lights

spectacular view over the sea and mountains with the lights in Iceland
Visit the Northern Lights in Iceland

If you haven't seen the northern lights, it is an absolute must when in Iceland. The best season to see the lights of the north is during winter, between September and April. The Jokularlon lagoon located on this island is the best place you can observe the lights from. It lies just by the Vatnajokull glacier.

Getting there:

To get to see the northern lights you can fly anywhere in Iceland as afterwards, you need to travel by land to get to these remote places. The two most transitted airports are, Keflavik Airport (KEF, BIKF) and Reykjavik Domestic Airport (RKV, BIRK).

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any restrictions on flying to Iceland?

Feel free to ask our business aviation advisors for help. Our business aviation advisors will take care of all your needs and wants, just lay back, take off and land.

How many hours is the flight time to Iceland?

From Iceland to Greenland it is around a 2 to 3 hours private flight. From Milan to Reykjavik it takes about 4 hours and 20 minutes on a private plane. We can arrange any charter flights you may need.

Which aircraft does LunaJets offer?

LunaJets fleet offers an extensive range of Heavy Jets, Large Jets, Super Midsize Jets and Light Jets. No matter your needs and wants, we have just the right aircraft.

When is the best time to visit Iceland?

The best months are anywhere from June to August. Iceland can get extremely cold in winter this is why the best time to visit is in the summer months.