News Tagged with “Transport”

Jin Zhijian, ambassador for China in Iceland.

Chinese ambassador wants direct flights between Iceland and China

yesterday, 20:05 GMT Jin Zhijan, the new ambassador for China in Iceland says speaking to Morgunblaðið that he would like to strengthen the cooperation between Iceland and China in several fields.

Alexandersflugvöllur airport in Sauðárkrókur.

Skagafjörður could be a hub for international flights

8 Feb Deputy MP for the Left Green Party in Sauðárkrókur, a town in Skagafjörður, North Iceland, says that landing conditions for aircraft in the town are probably the best in the whole of Iceland.

BSÍ in Reykjavik.

BSÍ replaces Hlemmur as bus terminal

9 Sep The BSÍ coach terminal at Hringbraut will be replacing Hlemmur as the main Reykjavik bus terminal. BSÍ will therefore be the main transport hub of the city.

Traffic closures for the Tour of Reykjavik last year.

Traffic disrupted Saturday and Sunday morning in Reykjavik due to bicycle race

8 Sep Bike race Tour of Reykjavik takes place this weekend with over 1000 contestants departing from Laugardalur on Saturday and on Sunday.

WOW air cancel flights to Miami

7 Sep WOW air have cancelled two flights to and from Miami in the US due to hurricane Irma.

Tourists at Geysir in Iceland.

Reykjavik rental cars are the most expensive in Europe

10 Aug The most expensive rental cars in Europe according to a survey made by in 50 European destinations earlier this month, are in Reykjavik.

Gray Line coaches.

Merger of Iceland Travel and Gray Line

9 Aug According to an announcement, an agreement has been reached on the merger of Iceland Travel ehf., which is fully owned by Icelandair Group and Gray Line Iceland., which is jointly owned by the founders of the company and Akur fjárfestingar slhf. Following the merger, Icelandair Group will own 70% of the merged company, while the owners of Gray Line will own 30%.

Dagur B. Eggertsson, Mayor of Reykjavik, and Skúli Mogensen, managing director of WOW air. .

WOW citybike opens in Reykjavik

31 May Icelandic airline WOW air will, in cooperation with the City of Reykjavik, be launching WOW citybike, a bike rental in the capital city in June.


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USD USD 99.57 EUR EUR 122.70
GBP GBP 140.87 DKK DKK 16.47
NOK NOK 12.89 SEK SEK 12.15
CHF CHF 105.05 JPY JPY 0.94