Iceland Open F3F 2025

Þytur RC club invites F3F pilots to the third Iceland Open in 2025, more information will follow in the fall of 2024.

We’ll fly on hills around Reykjavik with most of them being within a 20 minutes drive. Map of the slopes is here and some of them are listed here with more detailed information.

Contest director: Sverrir Gunnlaugsson.
Jury will be appointed from the pilot pool.
Protest fee is €50 / 5000 IKR.
Maximum of 20 rounds will be flown.

As we are blessed with almost 24 hours of daylight during this time of the year we might run later than advertised, on Saturday and Sunday, if we need to for competition reasons.

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European drone legislation
According to the European drone legislation a certificate is necessary to fly in the EU.
Non EU citizens must acquire a certificate from this link:

We suggest you look at AirBnB or Booking for places to stay.
Hafnarfjörður, Kópavogur, Garðabær, Reykjavík and Mosfellsbær.

Flights to Iceland
Currently there are 24 airlines operating to Keflavik airport.

Ferry to Iceland
Smyril line sails MS Norröna to Iceland from Hirsthals in Denmark via Faroe Islands.

Contestants of Iceland Open F3F 2023.