Question : Which airline has been the most dependable in getting passengers to their destination on schedule?
Answer : easyJet leads the way with a 100% on-time rate. Stick to easyJet and you won't spend more time in airports than you have to. Perfection is hard to come by, so hopefully it continues.
Question : How much should a trip from Reykjavik (KEF) to Bristol (BRS) cost?
Answer : Prices for this trip tend to fluctuate a lot more than other flights from Iceland. They can vary anywhere from $150 to $788. Prices tend to be lower the further out you book.
Question : What is the cheapest day to fly in the next four weeks?
Answer : As of Jun 19th, the best day for booking to Bristol (BRS) is Jul 12th. It costs $150, which is 65% below this route's average price.
Question : What's the likelihood of you being delayed on this route?
Answer : KEF to BRS currently scores 4 out of a possible 5 stars in promptness. This score combines both the number of delayed flights and total delay minutes. With 4 stars, you should feel confident in getting to Bristol on time.
Question : How many days should you spend in Bristol?
Answer : Passengers from KEF to BRS stay six days on average.
Question : Is price more important than specific travel days for you?
Answer : The lowest-cost day to fly in July is Wednesday. Having flexibility in your travel plans means you can save more, so be sure to plan ahead when possible.
Question : How many departure times from Keflavik International Airport (KEF) to Bristol Airport (BRS) are there on a daily basis?
Answer : It does differ by the day of the week, but on average, you can expect only one flight time when you book. That is the same number of options as the average route departing Iceland.