How to get here and around
Although the Faroe Islands may seem remote with our location in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean we can boast of a very good connections to mainlaind Europe either by Faroese ferry company Smyril Line og by our national carrier Atlantic Airways.
There are direct flights from Denmark, England, Iceland and Norway year round. From Copenhagen Atlantic Airways has several departures every day while they fly from Billund twice to five times a week depending on the season. Atlantic Airways flies to Reykjavík the capital of Iceland twice to three times a week. During the summer there are direct connections to Gatwick in England and Bergen in Norway twice a week.
Further details are available on www.atlantic.fo
There is a direct ferry link to Hirtshals in north of Jutland in Denmark twice a week during the summer and once a week during the winther with the ferry "Norröna". In addition Norröna sails from Iceland to the Faroe Islands once a week during the summer connecting the Faroe Islands to Iceland and mainland Europe via the North Atlantic link.
Further information is available on www.smyrilline.com