Iceland Open F3F 2022

Updated 26th of February 2022
All travel restrictions have been lifted on the Icelandic border.
Only two months to go until we start the competition.

Happy new year!

Time flies, even during the current C-times. Just under 4 months until the start date of April 29th and we are looking forward to seeing you all.

If you are still set on competing I would like to remind you to make your payment through F3XVault, or remove your registration, before 1. March 2022 .

Please feel free to contact us at if there are any questions.

Best regards
Sverrir Gunnlaugsson CD


Þytur RC club invites F3F pilots to the first Iceland Open which will be held on 29. April – 1. of May 2022 and is part of the Eurotour and FAI World Cup.

Registration is open at F3XVault and is limited to 30 pilots and the entry fee is €50. If the registration fills up we’ll open a waiting list and to get on the waiting list you’ll need to email us at

Waiting list:

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 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 Friday and Saturday, if we need to for competition reasons.

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Friday 29th of April
Briefing at 9:00 on the slope of the day.
No rounds started after 17:00.

Saturday 30th of May
Briefing at 9:00 on the slope of the day.
No rounds started after 17:00.

Sunday 1st of May
Briefing at 9:00 on the slope of the day.
No rounds will be started after 14:00.

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.

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