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...

Volcano information: how it is affecting Iceland

In Iceland, day-to-day life continues as normal with the vast majority of the country and population being unaffected by the recent volcanic eruption. Those mainly affected are farmers in the immediate area located just south of the volcano crater. This is where the majority of volcanic ash has fallen and ... Read More...

Icelandair Group launch new information website about volcanic activity and flight schedules

The Icelandair Group has recently launched a brand new web page giving stranded travellers up-to-date information on flights, safety and volcanic activity. The website published by the Icelandair Group offers information regarding flights to and from Keflavik International Airport for those currently stranded and awaiting flights in Iceland, Europe and the ... Read More...