Icelandair will increase its schedule from London this year with flights from London Gatwick supplementing the company's current London Heathrow flights.
Spring in Iceland means gushing waterfalls, whale watching and more hours of daylight to enjoy the sights of Reykjavik. With this in mind, Icelandair Holidays has just launched its Ultimate Iceland Holiday which includes many of the country's highlights all in an affordable package that makes for an exciting city break.
Icelandair is pleased to announce new nonstop flights from Glasgow and Manchester to Iceland starting 20th September 2011.
The Northern Lights are at their peak activity levels starting now until 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.
Icelandair’s schedule this winter will increase in scope by 14% over last winter. Icelandair will fly to a total of 15 destinations east and west of the Atlantic.
The world's coolest music festival and party is set to rock Reykjavik for five days from 14 - 18 October.
Holidaymakers from the North of England and Scotland can now discover Iceland five days per week with the convenient introduction of an extra flight from Glasgow and Manchester.
Icelandair has announced increased service from Glasgow and Manchester to Iceland and Icelandair’s connecting North American destinations from 14th September to 26th October 2010.
Icelandair has been one of the first airlines flying into the UK as flight restrictions were lifted over Scottish airspace yesterday.
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.
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.
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