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THINGVELLIR, Iceland — In Iceland's Thingvellir national park, a wooden bridge covers a crack in the paved road leading to the site where the world's oldest parliament was founded in 930.
REYKJAVIK, Iceland - Inspired by Iceland is showcasing a taste of the country's unique festive traditions at the heart of Reykjavik's Christmas village.
At 4:00 pm today, November 9, Iceland's president, Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, will invite tourists into his own home for traditional Icelandic pancakes with whipped cream and rhubarb jam, Visit Island h
Up to 70,000 Britons who visit Iceland each year have been given a stiff warning by the Foreign Office not to bring home any whale meat, saying to do so is in breach of international law protecting en
REYKJAVIK, Iceland - In an unprecedented and historic move, the President of Iceland Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, will make a momentous speech this afternoon in which he will invite tourists into his own h
Top airports and airlines executives, regulators and scientists will meet in Iceland on 10 October 2011 and develop the first winter operation procedures standard.
Keilir Aviation Academy announced "The First Winter Operation Forum" presented in partnership with AirTransportNews, ACI, AEA, SITA, Icelandair, and the Ministry of Transport in Iceland.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has designated the Icelandic capital, Reykjavik, as a “City of Literature” in recognition of its efforts to preserve,
LONDON (eTN) – During a panel discussion attended by experts at the recently concluded World Travel Market, delegates were told: “The airline industry should have seized the opportunity to show it
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(eTN) - Geothermal energy could answer a substantial part of the energy demands of many poorer countries, Iceland's foreign minister said last week in New York, telling United Nations Member States th
Keilir Aviation Academy, in cooperation with the Icelandic Ministry of Transport, the Civil Aviation Administration, ISAVIA, the Meteorological Office, the Institute of Earth Sciences, Icelandair, the
The new chairman of VisitScotland, the country's national tourism marketing agency, said that while a further eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano would be “devastating” for incoming ai
Iceland Tourism officials say they are "dusting off the welcome mat," as day-to-day life returns to normal after the recent Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruption.
In view of the restrictions of European aviation bodies, Air Seychelles decided to operate their Rome–London flight with a turnaround in Rome, i.e., passengers to London would have to make their onw
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