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What Passengers Need to Know After the Boeing 737 Max 9 Incident - nytimes.com - Iceland - state Alaska - Turkey - state Oregon - city Portland, state Oregon - Panama
nytimes.com
07.01.2024 / 00:29

What Passengers Need to Know After the Boeing 737 Max 9 Incident

After an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max 9 jetliner’s fuselage tore off midair on Friday and caused an emergency landing in Portland, Ore., the Federal Aviation Administration ordered the temporary grounding of some Max 9 planes until they are thoroughly inspected.

Iceland Brings Back Tourism Taxes for 2024 - skift.com - Iceland
skift.com
06.01.2024 / 12:53

Iceland Brings Back Tourism Taxes for 2024

Iceland has reinstated the tax tourists pay for hotel and alternative accommodation rooms this year. In another change, the tax will also apply to cruises.

Traveling to Iceland with points and miles in 2024 - lonelyplanet.com - Iceland - Usa - New York - city Boston - Washington - city Baltimore - state Alaska - city Manhattan
lonelyplanet.com
05.01.2024 / 07:41

Traveling to Iceland with points and miles in 2024

This series of articles about credit cards, points and miles, and budgeting for travel is brought to you in partnership with The Points Guy.

A light in the dark – traditions to brighten winter’s darkness, from Greenland to Antarctica - theguardian.com - Iceland - Antarctica - Greenland
theguardian.com
02.01.2024 / 12:00

A light in the dark – traditions to brighten winter’s darkness, from Greenland to Antarctica

These long evenings at the year’s turn, when dusk seems to fall just after lunch, take me back to the extreme polar night I spent on a small, rocky island off the west coast of Greenland a few winters ago. The inhabitants of the Upernavik archipelago have no sight of the sun from late November to January. When I received the email inviting me to work in the artist’s “refuge” at the island museum – described as the most northerly in the world – I was offered a choice of summer or winter. “Contrary to the summertime,” wrote the museum director, “the darkness of the winter to many southerners seems like a terrible and nasty time lying in wait. But when one gets accustomed to the darkness it allows an interlude for thought that one usually lacks.”

Iceland Travel: What’s New In 2024 - forbes.com - Iceland - city London - city Reykjavik - region Nordic
forbes.com
31.12.2023 / 23:15

Iceland Travel: What’s New In 2024

The recent volcanic eruption in Iceland has brought worldwide attention back to the land of fire and ice. It’s the fourth eruption on the Reykjanes Peninsula in just three years.

Black Tomato’s Forecast: 5 Travel Trends We’ll See In 2024 - forbes.com - Morocco - Iceland - Italy - Japan - Britain - Canada - city New York - Peru - Vietnam - county Frontier - county Valley - Mongolia - Egypt - Namibia - Botswana - region Puglia - city Columbia, Britain
forbes.com
30.12.2023 / 01:55

Black Tomato’s Forecast: 5 Travel Trends We’ll See In 2024

The principals of the innovative London and New York-based travel company Black Tomato made their name by assembling detail-oriented and sometimes very out of the way travel plans for exceedingly curious, adventurous clients. Having surveyed the market to ascertain what their clients are interested in now and the changes they see in the travel landscape, they’ve come up with the ways they see that travel happening in the next year and in what parts of the world those ambitious travelers could be.

Explore Iceland with the Icelandic sagas - lonelyplanet.com - Iceland - Norway
lonelyplanet.com
28.12.2023 / 10:27

Explore Iceland with the Icelandic sagas

“Eigi skal höggva!” (Do not strike!) were the last words of Snorri Sturluson, saga author and chieftain of the Sturlungar clan. 

Airport and rail meltdowns: Tips if you’re headed to Europe this Christmas - thepointsguy.com - Spain - city Amsterdam - Germany - Iceland - Eu - France - Ireland - parish Iberia - city Brussels
thepointsguy.com
23.12.2023 / 14:57

Airport and rail meltdowns: Tips if you’re headed to Europe this Christmas

Well, we got close, folks. However, it looks like a trouble-free year with only minor cancellations and delays for Christmas travel in Europe won't be happening after all.

What Should Travelers Expect In 2024? Here’s What The Experts Say - forbes.com - Iceland - Usa
forbes.com
23.12.2023 / 13:01

What Should Travelers Expect In 2024? Here’s What The Experts Say

They're going farther. They're planning ahead. And they're taking bigger risks.

How to photograph the Northern Lights, according to an expert - nationalgeographic.com - Iceland - Norway - Ireland - Britain - Canada - state Alaska - Greenland
nationalgeographic.com
22.12.2023 / 17:21

How to photograph the Northern Lights, according to an expert

Experiencing the Northern Lights in all their majesty is a dream for most travellers. Caused by solar-charged particles reacting with the Earth’s atmosphere, the mostly green dancing lights of this natural phenomenon are often spectacular. Seeing auroras is a thrill in itself, but getting a great photo might just be the crowning glory. Given their ethereality, this takes patience, the right kit and a fair bit of forward planning. And, with 2024 expected to bring some of the brightest Northern Lights displays in over 20 years, thanks to the approaching ‘solar maximum’ (a peak in the Sun’s activity), there’s never been a better time to try to capture them.

The 18 Most Beautiful Hot Springs Around the World, from Iceland to Japan - cntraveler.com - county Hot Spring - Iceland - Japan - Usa - state Colorado - county San Juan - state Alaska - Turkey - India
cntraveler.com
20.12.2023 / 22:27

The 18 Most Beautiful Hot Springs Around the World, from Iceland to Japan

Hot springs are thermal wonders that promise not only warmth but also breathtaking scenery that captivates the soul, and adds some magic to your feed. From the picturesque landscapes of Iceland to the serene valleys of Japan, here are some of the world’s most beautiful hot springs.

Iceland Volcano Erupts With Minimal Tourism Impact - skift.com - Iceland - city Reykjavik
skift.com
20.12.2023 / 15:56

Iceland Volcano Erupts With Minimal Tourism Impact

Good morning from Skift. It’s Wednesday, December 20. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

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