Iceland Air Popup Event

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Iceland Air Popup Event 


A new Iceland Air popup event takes place this weekend only. Open to the public from Today - Friday 28th October to Sunday 30th 2022

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Icelandair popup event at Phonica Records, London 


This fun. Immersive experience takes place at Phonica Records. 51 Poland Street, West London.

I was invited to the pre-launch for some delicious Icelandic canap├ęs. Washed down by some truly delicious cocktails. Both cocktails on the mini cocktail menu taste so good. So you'll be in for a treat if you like a good drink.

After walking through the impressive art installations. You can enjoy live comedy. Music and dj performances. But the fun doesn't stop there. Courtesy of Iceland Air. You could win a fantastic prize just by entering the raffle to spin the wheel.

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Iceland Air Immersive event in London 



The evening was very nostalgic for me. Bringing back memories of my trip to Iceland. Which you can read about. And more importantly see pictures of here : https://www.gonesunwhere.com/2019/02/an-unforgettable-trip-to-iceland.html

What is Icelandair?


Icelandair is an Icelandic airline that offers flights to and from Iceland, as well as other destinations in Europe and North America. The company was founded in 1937, making it one of the oldest airlines in operation today. Icelandair has a fleet of Boeing and Airbus aircraft, and currently operates over 40 routes to more than 20 countries.

History of Iceland Air


Icelandair has been flying to and from Iceland for over 80 years. The airline was founded in 1937 by a group of Icelandic aviators, making it the country's oldest airline. Icelandair initially operated only domestic routes within Iceland. In 1946, the airline began offering international flights to Europe, with service to Copenhagen and London.

Over the years, Icelandair has continued to expand its flight network, adding new destinations in Europe, North America, and Asia. Today, the airline flies to over 40 cities around the world. Icelandair is headquartered in Reykjavik and has a fleet of 43 aircraft.

Visiting Iceland


If you're thinking about visiting Iceland, now is the time to start planning your trip! 

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