Distance From Keflavik International Airport to Capital Airport (KEF - PEK Distance)

The flight distance from Keflavik International Airport (KEF) to Capital Airport (PEK) is 4910 miles. This is equivalent to 7902 kilometers or 4264 nautical miles. The distance shown below is the straight line distance (may be called as flying or air distance) or direct flight distance between airports.


7902 kilometers is the distance from Keflavik International Airport, Iceland to Capital Airport, China.


Flight Duration between Reykjavik, Iceland and Beijing, China

Estimated flight time from Keflavik International Airport, Reykjavik, Iceland to Capital Airport, Beijing, China is 9 hours 49 minutes under avarage conditions. The flight time calculator assumes an average flight speed for a commercial airliner of 500 mph, which is equivalent to 805 km/hr or 434 knots. Your actual flying time may vary depending on wind speeds or weather conditions.

Time Difference Between the Airports • KEF - PEK

Time difference between Reykjavik (Iceland) and Beijing (China) is 8 Hours.
Current local time in Reykjavik is 2024-05-24, 07:44:15 GMT and time in Beijing is 2024-05-24, 15:44:15 CST.
Beijing time is 8 Hours ahead of Reykjavik.

Keflavik International Airport to Capital Airport Flight Route Map - KEF to PEK Flight Path

Location of Keflavik International Airport & Capital Airport is given below.
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Nonstop flight route between Reykjavik, Iceland and Beijing, China.
Get airport maps and more information about Keflavik International Airport Keflavik International Airport
City: Reykjavik
Country: Iceland Flag of Iceland
IATA Code: KEF
ICAO Code: BIKF
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: N 63° 59' 6'' Longitude: W 22° 36' 20.2''
Current time: 2024-05-24, 07:44:15 GMT
Current weather: 15 day weather forecast for Keflavik International Airport Keflavik International Airport 15 day weather forecast
Get airport maps and more information about Capital Airport Capital Airport
City: Beijing
Country: China Flag of China
IATA Code: PEK
ICAO Code: ZBAA
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: N 40° 4' 20'' Longitude: E 116° 35' 13''
Current time: 2024-05-24, 15:44:15 CST
Current weather: 15 day weather forecast for Capital Airport Capital Airport 15 day weather forecast

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