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Inverness Airport first in UK offering flights to Iceland's Game of Thrones sets

Posted 16 April 2019 · Add Comment

Inverness Airport is set to be the first airport in the UK offering flights to Game of Thrones set locations in Iceland.


Courtesy Inverness Airport

Super Break has announced a new programme of getaways to Northern Iceland flying with Titan Airways, including a departure which is now available from Inverness Airport departing on 10th February 2020.

Still the only operator in the UK to fly direct to North Iceland, the new breaks all include exclusive regional flights direct to Akureyri, a four-night hotel stay and two excursions – including the chance to hunt for the spectacular Northern Lights and visit breathtaking Game of Thrones filming locations. All trips include a Lake Myvatn Adventure – Land of Fire and Ice Tour, which offers the chance to see the region’s magical terrain, including the Goddafoss Waterfall and the boiling mud pools of Namafjall.

Holidaymakers from the Scottish Highlands can also choose from a huge variety of unique experiences to add to their trip, including the geothermally heated water of the ‘Blue Lagoon of the North’, the Myvatn Nature Baths, snowmobiling to the Krafla Volcano and whale watching.

Inverness Airport General Manager, Graeme Bell, said: “North Iceland has proven to be a popular destination for passengers flying from Inverness and we are pleased Super Break has been able to offer this service for a further year. North Iceland is a spectacular place and we anticipate demand will be high from those wishing to experience all it has to offer.

”Chris Hagan, Director of Product Supply from Super Break commented: “We’re delighted to announce our new programme of breaks to this stunning part of Northern Iceland. Akureyri is a truly magical location for a short break and the unique location, diverse choice of activities available and the local hospitality have all been so popular with our customers. We are looking forward to offering more UK customers the chance to experience this trip of a lifetime next winter.”

 

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