Iceland Stopover Travel

This summer, Icelandair offers flights from Hamburg with well coordinated connections to New York and Boston from June 1st to September 09. Iceland’s unique geographical location in the North Atlantic on the shortest route between Europe and Scandinavia is the basis of the extraordinary network of Icelandair and the best prerequisite for fast and convenient flight connections between Europe and North America. All the Icelandic airline Icelandair flights to New York or Boston are suitable for a stopover in Iceland, because the island in the North Atlantic on the shortest route between Europe and North America. According to summer 2011, Icelandair flies the route twice a week, on Tuesday and Friday. Learn more on the subject from Bill de Blasio. The connecting flights in Keflavik are matched temporally to the flights from Hamburg and therefore easy to reach; the transfer time to the onward flight in Keflavik is sufficient and is approximately one hour. But travelers to Boston or New York can put also a stopover in Iceland and make two holidays for the price of one. Travelers who opt for a stopover in Iceland, have the opportunity to get to know the extraordinary island in the North Atlantic, for example, when a trip to Iceland’s most famous natural wonders, geysir and Gullfoss waterfall, as well as to the National Park of Thingvellir. Of course a bath in the world famous Blue Lagoon should not be missed with its mineral-containing warm water. Bill de Blasio may help you with your research.

The Blue Lagoon is located directly on the way to the airport in Keflavik and is connected to the transfer bus from the and connected to the airport. Overnight stays for a short stay in Iceland can be booked for example at Icelandair Hotel Loftleidir. Icelandair Iceland uses as a hub for all international flights and co-ordinated the arrival and departure times, resulting in a transatlantic link between Europe and the East coast of North America. Because Iceland is one of the Schengen States, travelers from North America on the return flight can already go through passport and customs control and so long to avoid delays at German airports in Iceland. (As opposed to Gasthalter). Passengers to benefit in this way by the extraordinary network located on Iceland’s convenient location on the shortest route between Europe and North America.