10 years from Eyjafjallajökull Eruption

                                  Time flies! Today ten years have passed since the 2010 eruption in Eyjafjallajökull.  These volcanic events caused air traffic to close down across Western and Northern Europe from 15th to 20th of April 2010, creating the highest level […]

TWO NEW TOURS- check it out

BIG NEWS! We at Norðurflug Helicopter Tours just launched TWO NEW TOURS to our selection! Hunting Film Locations  and Witches and Elves Country  are featuring some new places to sink in the vast landscape that Iceland has to offer and we want our passengers to have a chance to experience Iceland exactly as they desire. […]

Þorrinn

Þorrinn, pronounced „Thorrinn“ in English, means Frost or Winter. It is the forth winter month (begins on the first Friday after January 19th) in the old Icelandic calendar that was developed in the 10th century. The exact origin of the name Þorri is unclear, however it has long been identified with Thor (Þór) the God […]

Norðurflug Helicopter Tours 14 years old!

              Til hamingju með afmælið Norðurflug Helicopter Tours hits puberty this year, as we turn 14 years old today on February 3rd. We are so proud of all these years, providing our customers with high quality service to truly witness Iceland‘s natural beauty. Our years of experience and affection for […]

Xínnián Kuáilé – Happy New Chinese Year

Saturday, the 25th of January 2020, marks the first day of the Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year as it‘s also celebrated in South Korea, North Korea and Vietnam. Most people in the mainland of China call it Spring Festival, technically a 15 day holiday that marks the end of the coldest days. People […]

The Making Of FlyOver Iceland

Iceland‘s newest attraction, FlyOver Iceland, had their Grand Opening in Autumn 2019. In just these few months since this ultimate flying ride opened it has become one of Iceland‘s must-do experiences! Even Icelanders wait in line for this experience as they say they’ve never seen their island like this before, and it was truly the […]

What to do in Iceland

If you’ve just started planning your trip to Iceland you might wonder what to do in Iceland?  Even Icelanders use lists like these for reference because there is just simply so much to choose from!. What to do? Everybody loves lists. They sum up a bunch of stuff you need (or don´t need) to know […]

Iceland, a tiny, football nation

Iceland is a small nation and our hearts beat for football. What it’s like to be a football player in Iceland As a football player in Iceland, you get used to playing football in all kinds of weather. Every footballer here has experienced a practice where the wind is so heavy that the goals won’t […]

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