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.
You have to be careful when getting ready for commercial air travel. Tedious and conflicting TSA regulations and airline policies make it hard to get straight answers on what you can pack. My question on military Meals, Ready to Eat packages is a perfect example.
I’ve just made a decision: I need to see the Northern Lights. You know … the aurora borealis. Can you imagine how cool it must be to see that dark sky above you light up with multicolored swirls of electrons?…