The new seasonal Icelandair route makes me ask a few questions beyond how many times a week. And it makes me wonder what -and where – intercontinental travel might be in store for Arizona.
IcelandAir features in this week’s random travel photo. Find out how the airline names its planes for a particular type of landmark.
Employees from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport respond to my recent post about the lack of intercontinental flights from the Valley. The question: Why do they care about one voice in the ether?
Sometimes random stuff is cool and fun. I’m digging into my archives for never-before-seen outtakes from my trips. Here’s one from Keflavik, Iceland.
IcelandAir will soon start service between Denver and Keflavik, Iceland. Here’s what that means for outdoor-oriented travelers.
During the winter in Iceland, daylight is scarce and temperatures are low. Is it worth shelling out $379 for a flight from the U.S.? Absolutely – there’s still plenty to do without freezing to death.
Iceland is one unusual and fun destination for travelers. Here’s the first in my day-by-day series of posts about this fascinating island, its landscape and its people.