Iceland just keeps getting easier and more affordable to visit. Icelandair, which currently offers direct flights from Boston, New York-JFK, and Seattle, and seasonal service from Minneapolis – St. Paul, Orlando Sanford, Halifax and Toronto to Iceland, has just announced the addition of nonstop service from Washington, DC (Dulles). Service begins May 2011, with prices as low as $429 round […]

Icelandair Announces New Flights from DC to Reykjavik

Though the days when jets had to stop in Reykjavik to refuel on their way from North America to Europe are gone, it’s still easy and cheap to plan a short stopover in Iceland on your way to or from Europe. Icelandair offers service to Iceland from Boston, New York, and Seattle, and seasonally from Minneapolis/St. Paul, Orlando, Halifax, and […]

How to Plan a Stopover in Iceland

After a week of interfering with air travel in Europe, the ash from the Eyjafjallajökull eruption started messing with flights over Iceland (which had previously still be able to operate flights domestic flights and flights from North America with no problems) this week. Keflavik was closed on several occasions but, determined to keep the country open to visitors, Icelandair got […]

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