Flight schedules are now back to normal after a brief disruption at Keflavik International Airport, with transatlantic flights to and from Iceland as well as connecting flights happening daily through Icelandair.
Life in Iceland has remained normal throughout the major populated areas; Reykjavik and Akureyri amongst the recent volcanic eruptions, with the rest of the country unaffected. 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 consequently acres of farmland and this year’s crops have been damaged.
Despite this, Iceland’s travel and tourism businesses continue to work efficiently, offering guided tours across Iceland and hotels. In addition, the whale watching season has now officially started for the summer months, alongside new art exhibitions, museums and music festivals.
Icelandair proceed to offer transatlantic flights in and out of Iceland, making it possible to explore the magic of the island. The airline company is also, like many others, continuing to provide package deals and tours around Iceland.
For more information on the latest transatlantic flight schedules to and from Iceland visit http://icelandairgroup.com/volcano/flight-info-icelandair/