Icelandair are connecting the UK to Iceland and beyond with up to 22 flights per week in 2010.
Leading airline, Icelandair, is happy to announce they provide the most weekly flights this year from the UK to one of the planet’s newest value destinations, Iceland – according to the Lonely Planet’s Top Value Destinations for 2010.
Since the devaluation of the Icelandic Krona, there is has been no greater time for travellers to relish in Iceland’s geothermal spas, thrilling nightlife and pristine nature, all for a fraction of the cost.
Icelandair offer flights from Manchester, Glasgow and London Heathrow, whist also flying further to destinations like New York City, Seattle and Boston. In 2009, Icelandair’s on time performance was amongst the most punctual, with 89.6% of flights on time.
With up to 22 flights per week from the UK in 2010, getting to Iceland via Icelandair has never been more convenient. An excellent way to experience Iceland is with an Icelandair Holidays City Break, which includes three nights accommodation and flights. Travellers can simply add day tours to the Blue Lagoon or the beautiful Golden Circle for a fraction more. For thrill seekers, there are glacier walking trips, snowmobile day tours and horse riding treks.
Icelandair is one of Iceland’s longest established companies, connecting the world to Iceland for over 70 years.
To find out more visit www.icelandair.co.uk or contact Melissa Andretta at Icelandair, firstname.lastname@example.org, alternatively call her on 020 7874 1003.