Priority One Jets offers private jet charter service to any of Iceland's International or domestic airports. Whether traveling to the charming capital of Reykjavik, or adventuring to the remote and breathtakingly beautiful Westfjords, Priority One offers luxury and convenience in reaching all that Iceland has to offer.
While Priority One offers year-round jet charter services on a variety of aircraft including the Gulfstream 450, Challenger 605 and the Citation XLS. Peak season is the most popular time for travel to Iceland. During the summer months, nearly the entire country basks in the natural phenomena of around-the-clock sunlight, while in the winter the country receives only a few hours of sunlight each day. Autumn and Winter visitors to Iceland will often be treated to extended visible displays of the Northern Lights.
While Iceland does indeed live up to it's name as a cold destination, the majority of the country is impacted by the warm waters of the Gulf Stream. Snow is actually rare and summer temperatures can reach 25 degrees Celsius during the day. Highlights include the Great Geysir in the Haukdalur valley, Viking ruins, fresh seafood and the rugged fjords of the country's ancient volcanic history.
Visitors to the Republic of Iceland are required to carry a passport valid for at least three months beyond their stay. Travel documentation, including private jet charter itinerary information, is required for all who are entering the country. As party to the Schengen Agreement, travel from Iceland to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, The Netherlands, Italy, Luxenbourg, and Norway is possible through a single uniform visa.
While most will enter Iceland through Reykjavic's Keflavik International Airport on the Southern Peninsula (also known as Reykjavic-Keflavik IA), the nation's largest, Priority One can also offer private jet access to other international terminals at Akureyri in the country's North as well as Egilssadir in the East. We can also arrange jet charter service to any of Iceland's domestic airports.
The majority of Iceland's domestic and international terminals are modern facilities featuring banks, rental cars, duty free stores, and currency exchange bureaus. While Priority One can offer luxury ground transportation services once you arrive in Iceland, those who require a taxi or limousine service, particularly in and out of the greater Reykjavic area, should have no problem finding arrangements in any of Iceland's major cities.