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.
Icelandair re-launches its service from Glasgow today, 27 August with two flights per week to/from Iceland. Flights will operate on Thursdays and Sundays. Then on 25 September, flights will increase to four flights per week operating on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
Icelandair has announced increased services from Glasgow and Manchester to Iceland and Icelandair’s connecting North American destinations from 25 September 2009.
Icelandair will start services to and from Brussels in June 2010. Two flights a week, on Mondays and Fridays are planned.
Icelandair has announced a golden opportunity for autumn travel to Iceland. Those who book a Golden Circle Special for 16 September to 10 December 2009 travel will receive a free Golden Circle Day Tour if booked online at icelandair.co.uk by 15 July.
The Association of European Airlines has released data on the baggage-delivery and punctuality performance of its members for Winter 2008/9 (November-March). 28 AEA member airlines contributed punctuality data, and 26 baggage data, to the data collection which is unique in the aviation sector as a voluntary consumer-information exercise.
The world’s coolest music festival and party is set to rock Reykjavik for five days from 14 – 18 October.
Due to Iceland’s northerly location, the country experiences 24 hours of sunlight every day over the summer months of June and July. This means that committed golfers are able to go out and play golf whenever they feel during the day or night!
To celebrate the arrival of the midnight sun, Icelandair is offering its popular Iceland City Break package including a free visit to the Blue Lagoon.
Icelandair has announced a new service from Glasgow to Iceland and Icelandair’s connecting North American destinations from 27th August to 8th November 2009. There will be two flights per week, on Thursdays and Sundays, making it easy for passengers to enjoy a four day weekend in Iceland.
For those suffering from marathon withdrawal after Sunday’s London Marathon, Iceland has the perfect cure. Offering three races catering to different types of runners, Iceland and its clean air is a runner’s paradise.
Icelandic Glacial, the world’s leading CarbonNeutral certified bottled water, announced this month that it has signed an exclusive 2 year deal with Iceland’s national airline, Icelandair.
Icelandair has announced a scheduled service between London Heathrow to Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA) starting July 22, 2009. Flights will connect via Reykjavik, allowing passengers the option to stopover in Iceland at no additional airfare.
Icelandair won the Best Sales and Service Website Award at the Icelandic Web Awards.
Spring is on its way to Iceland, heralding the return of long daylight hours and whale watching. To celebrate, Icelandair has dropped the price of its Iceland City Break by £20 and is now offering the package from £219*. In addition, the popular Whale Watching special returns in April with a price from £239*.
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