Stop what you’re doing right now. I don’t care what it is (unless you’re directing air traffic) you will want to take a few minutes to create your own Northern Lights, using science and Icelandair technology.
Iceland is doing a lot to promote as a destination, and both Icelandair and WOW Air offer nifty stop-over packages for those who would rather take a leisurely skip and hop accross the Atlantic, than one quick leap.
But Icelandair is also promoting out-bound tourism, encouraging Icelanders to tap into their adventurous Nordic roots, get out, and explore the world.
Delta Airlines has announced the launch of new seasonal service to Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport from its Twin Cities hub in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport starting May 26, 2016. Reykjavik will be Delta’s fifth European destination from Minneapolis-St. Paul.
The land of ice and fire is eager to build up its tourism, and the national carrier, Icelandair, is eager to do its part. The latest promotion is a 48-hour surprise stopover with a chance to see the sites, accompanied by a your choice of tour guide. Kat, who was headed for Seattle, was the first passenger surprised with a couple of days of adventure before heading on to her final destination.
Iceland’s natural wonders take the leading role in Icelandair’s new Cabin Safety Video, which inspires at the same time it informs. When you’ve got as many natural wonders as the Nordic gods packed into this treasured island, it makes sense to […]