Iceland Music Export (IMX) has today made a five year agreement with Icelandair regarding Iceland Airwaves.
Iceland’s reputation as the land of fire and ice has rarely been on such grand display than the past several days. Since 21st March, the Fimmvorduhals volcano near the Eyjafjallajokul glacier has been erupting, putting on a magnificent light display.
Wild Photography Holidays, the innovative Icelandic based travel company, specialising in small-group photography holidays in wild and inaccessible places, has announced that their Southern Contrasts - Glaciers, Volcanoes & Waterfalls trip, departing on 22 May 2010 will allow guests the incredible opportunity of staying in the area where the recent volcano erupted on the Eyjafjallajökull Glacier on 20th March 2010.
Iceland is happening - quite literally - and the time to visit is now. As the volcano near Eyjafjallajokul continues to erupt, Icelandair Holidays is pleased to announce its latest steaming offer, the Hot Iceland City Break from £219 including flights from London Heathrow, Manchester or Glasgow and 3 nights 4-star accommodation.
On a visit to Iceland, it’s easy to stay in Reykjavik and enjoy the surrounding countryside with all of its beauty and easy accessibility. But there is a wonderful place that many visitors miss out on - stunning North Iceland.
If the cold weather has you singing the blues, Icelandair has the perfect city break to help you warm up, in Iceland naturally! For the month of February, those who book the popular Iceland City Break will receive a free visit to the Blue Lagoon.
The Northern Lights are at their peak activity levels through the end of March in Iceland and to provide UK travellers with an affordable way to see this natural wonder, Icelandair is pleased to offer the Northern Lights City Break.
Millions of television viewers around the world witnessed the mighty Toyota Hilux becoming the first car to be driven to the Magnetic North Pole, with Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson at the wheel.
The Northern Lights are at their peak activity levels through the end of March in Iceland and to provide UK travellers with an affordable way to see this natural wonder, Icelandair is offering the Northern Lights City Break.
Wild Photography Holidays, the innovative travel company specialising in small-group photography holidays in wild and inaccessible places, has announced its programme of departures to Iceland for summer 2010.
Starting June 2010, Iceland Express will fly twice a week from Reykjavik’s Keflavik International Airport to Winnipeg International Airport, in Manitoba, Canada.
A new ferry pier on Iceland’s south coast is set to provide the first high-speed link to the Westman Islands - the site of Iceland’s ‘Pompeii of the North’.
In Iceland the old idiom ‘it’s grim up north’ does not apply and with the launch of new direct flights next summer to Iceland’s second city, Akureyri, UK visitors can now find out why.
Starting June 2010, Iceland Express will fly out four times a week from Reykjavik’s Keflavik International Airport to New York City’s Newark International Airport.
Iceland Express has added its third new flight path in a month to its growing schedule of services. Starting in June 2010, visitors to Iceland can opt for an alternative city break to Reykjavik by flying from London Gatwick to Akureyri.
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