Integration of Air Iceland Connect and Icelandair

A decision has been made to integrate the operations of Air Iceland Connect, Icelandair Group‘s subsidiary, into the operations of Icelandair.

Govern­ment sends out vouchers to spend on domestic travel

To jump start the Icelandic tourism industry the state is giving locals vouchers to spend in the tourism sector.

Iceland: Record Number of Internati­onal Overnight Stays in Hotels 

Although the number of foreign tourists in Iceland shrunk by about 14% last year, there has been an increase in the number of foreigners staying in hotels. A decrease has been seen in the use of other types of accommodation.

The Founder and owner of Primera Travel Group returning

Andri Már Ingólfsson is starting a new Icelandic travel agency with an International name.

Trips & offers


One of 25 wonders of the world

Blue Lagoon Iceland is located in the heart of an 800-year-old lava plain on the Reykjanes Peninsula.

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Stay conn­ected with Voda­fone in Iceland

With Vodafone prepaid mobile solutions, you gain access to an extensive 4G network in Iceland.

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Stopover in Iceland with Icelandair

When you fly Icelandair across the Atlantic, you can stopover in Iceland for up to seven nights at no additional airfare.

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Iceland Holi­days with Discover the World

The world’s leading operator to Iceland.

Icelandair wants an new airport closer to Reykjavik

Today Icelandair stands for almost two out of three departures from Keflavik International Airport. But that airport might not be the most suitable base for the airlines in the future.

Icelandair Group does not expect Boeing 737 MAX back into service until May 2020

The wait for the return of the Boeing MAX 737 to service will be even longer.

EasyJet offers fewer flights to Iceland due to poor demand

EasyJet has greatly reduced its services to Iceland and is no longer offering flights from Iceland to Stansted London, Geneva and Basil. The British low-cost carrier had previously ceased all services between Iceland and Belfast due to decreasing demand.

Iceland becomes a more affor­dable dest­ination but visitor numbers drop

The total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is projected to decline by 16% from the previous year.