Iceland invites visitors to commit ‘responible travel behaviour‘

Inspired by Iceland have installed a ‘Pledge Button’ at Keflavik Airport inviting arriving guests to press the button and take The Icelandic Pledge. Over 30,000 visitors from 100+ countries have taken the Pledge to date online.

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WOW air reports a loss for 2017

The Icelandic low cost airline announced Friday that it operated on a deficit last year. The previous years had been profitable.

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Icelandair Group lowers expectations for 2018

The current prospects for Icelandair Group’s operations in 2018 are less favourable than anticipated earlier.

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New team of inspectors to investigate illegal Airbnb rentals in Iceland

Government invests heavily in a bid to clampdown on Airbnb rentals in Iceland.

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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.

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WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

The Icelandic airline has seen a higher load factor every month from the start of the year, even though its fares are getting higher.

World Cup underdog recruits supporters from the US for Team Iceland

Smallest nation in history of World Cup finals with just 340,000 people. 31% of Americans willing to support Iceland at the World cup

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air begins weekly flights between St. Louis and Reykjavik.

Number of international visitors to Iceland decreasing for the first time since 2010

New figures from the Icelandic Tourist Board show that the greatest decline is among British and US visitors.