Getting to the faroe islandS
Although the Faroe Islands is located in the middel of the North Atlantic, we have excellent connections to Denmark, Scandinavia and Europe. Fly with the local airline Atlantic Airways, SAS or sail with the local shipping company Smyril Line.
Atlantic Airways offers direct flight to the Faroe Islands from following destinations:
PLESE NOTE THAT CHANGES CAN OCCUR DUE TO COVID-19
Copenhagen (Denmark) - up to 3 daily flights all year.
Billund (Denmark) - 2/5 weekly departures all year.
Paris (France) - 2 weekly departures in the summer.
Bergen (Norway) - 2 weekly departures all year.
Keflavík (Iceland) - 2/3 weekly departures all year.
Edinburgh (Scotland) - 2 weekly departures all year.
Aalborg (Denmark) - 1 weekly departure in the summer.
Barcelona (Spain) - 1 weekly departure in the summer.
Palma de Mallorca (Spain) - 1 weekly departure in the summer.
SAS offers direct flight to the Faroe Islands from:
Copenhagen (Denmark) - 5/7 weekly departures throughout the year. SAS is currently not flying due to COVID-19
North Atlantic Cruise - Bring your own car:
With the ferry Norrøna you can sail from Hirtshals in Denmark to Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands twice weekly during the summer season, and once a week during the winter season. There is also a connection between the Faroe Islands and Iceland once a week during the summer season.
Denmark - Faroe Islands
- 2 weekly departures to the Faroe Islands during high season, Saturday and Tuesday.
- 1 weekly departure to the Faroe Islands during medium and low season, Saturday.
Faroe Islands - Denmark
- 2 weekly departures to Denmark during high season, Sunday and Friday.
- 1 weekly departure to Denmark during medium and low season, Thursday.