The straight-line flight distance between Boston, Massachusetts and Reykjavik, Iceland is approximately 2,437 miles. A flight from Boston to Reykjavik would take around five and a half hours, assuming the plane flies at a steady pace of 500 miles per hour.
A flight between Iceland and Boston is an intercontinental flight because Iceland is located in Europe and Boston lies in North America. The space between the two places mostly includes water, and a plane travelling from the United States would have to fly over the North Atlantic Ocean to get to Iceland. Because the cities are located in different time zones, the time in Reykjavik is between four and five hours ahead of the time in Boston, depending on whether daylight savings time is in effect or not in the U.S.