Iceland’s largest airline, Icelandair, is connecting the UK and the rest of the world to Iceland in 2010 with 22 flights per week.
Icelandair is proud to announce their increase in weekly flights this year from the UK to Iceland, now up to an impressive 22. Also, seeing as Iceland has been placed in Lonely Planet’s Top Value Destinations for 2010, what better time to visit?
Due to the devaluation of the Icelandic Krona, travellers can now visit Iceland’s geothermal spas, geysers, electrifying nightlife and flawless landscape, all for a margin of the cost.
With up to 22 flights per week from the UK in 2010, travelling to Iceland via Icelandair has never been simpler. A wonderful way to experience Iceland is with an Icelandair Holidays City Break, which includes flights alongside three nights accommodation. Travellers can easily add day on tours to the Blue Lagoon or the impressive Golden Circle for slightly more. There is also horse riding treks, snowmobile day tours and glacier walks for the adventurous travellers.
Icelandair offer flights from Glasgow, London Heathrow and Manchester, whist also flying further to destinations like Seattle, Boston and New York City. In 2009, Icleandair’s on time performance was amongst the most punctual, with 89.6% of flights on time.
Icelandair have been connecting the world to Iceland for over 70 years.