With frequent connections between the Faroe Islands and its neighbouring countries it is easy to do business with us.
By air - flights
There are frequent flight connections between Faroe Islands and its neighbouring countries. The main destinations from Faroes to Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Scotland are the following:
- • Copenhagen
- • Billund
- • Ålborg
- • Bergen
- • Reykjavík
- • Edinburgh
The flights to Copenhagen are the most frequent ones – 2-3 times each day. The connection to Bergen is 4 times a week and takes approx 1 hour and to Edinburgh twice a week and takes approx 1 hour and 20 minutes. All flights are by Airbus and undertaken by the government owned Atlantic Airways.
Transport between Faroe Islands and the mainland is undertaken by the shipping lines Faroe Ship/Eimskip and Samskip – as well as the ferry company Smyril Line. This is a good network which is very reliable and has frequent arrivals in our neighbouring countries.
This overview gives an impression of the transport by sea:
This is the schedules for Faroe Ship. Samskip has a similar schedule. The ferry company, which also transports heavy articles, has a regular transport between Hirtsals in Denmark and the Faroes twice a week – and likewise to Iceland once a week.
Visit: Atlantic.fo, Fae.fo, Smyrilline.fo, Eimskip.fo and Samskip.fo
There are a number of modern hotels, including these:
Information about the Faroe Islands
Information about the capital Tórshavn: visittorshavn.fo