Iceland flights and volcano information

Iceland is a volcanic island and its modern infrastructure and emergency services have been designed to cope with volcanic eruptions. Despite the regular earthquakes and volcanoes in Iceland, people almost never get hurt and travel delays are usually minimal. Icelandic volcanoes have erupted over 125 times since 874 AD. Without the ... Read More...

Global aviation organizations and airlines to gather in Iceland for conference on Eyjafjallajokull and aviation

It has recently been announced by the Keilir Aviation Academy that the ‘Atlantic Conference on Eyjafjallajokull and Aviation’ is to be held at Keflavik International Airport in Iceland on the 15th and 16th September 2010. The international conference on how the Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruption in Iceland affected aviation, is set to ... Read More...

Volcano news gets travellers inspired by Iceland

News of the volcano in Iceland cooling down has spread across the world’s media as travellers can now start looking forward to being inspired by Iceland and for unrestricted flights to Iceland. Foreign media across the world, including BBC News and Sky News, have reported on the ceased activity at the ... Read More...