Iceland Volcano and Flight Disruption reactions with online News channel IceNews
Icelandic news channel IceNews has reported on the great support given by the City of Reykjavik towards the stranded foreign travellers in Iceland.
The independent news and media channel IceNews states that travellers currently stranded in Iceland are safe and sound. All visitors have been given complimentary Reykjavik Welcome Cards, allowing for free access across numerous leisure facilities within Reykjavik and the surrounding area. These include swimming pools, museums, art galleries, as well as public transport.
Also, during the article, IceNews captured some of the views of those affected in Iceland. In an interview conducted by known Icelandic TV personality Vala Matt, a Dutch couple responding to a question about how they shall spend their time in Iceland during the delay period, they said “we’ll just see some more, it’s a great country to be in.”
To find out more about the reactions of those affected visit the article at IceNews (http://www.icenews.is/index.php/2010/04/18/tourists-in-iceland-treated-well-during-flight-restrictions/)
For more information on flight schedules between North America, Iceland and Europe with Icelandair visit http://www.icelandair.com/
For weather updates across Iceland and ash fall forecasts visit http://en.vedur.is/
To see three real time web cam videos on the eruptions as they happen visit http://eldgos.mila.is/eyjafjallajokull-fra-thorolfsfelli/
For live news coverage on the volcanic eruptions and flight disruptions visit http://www.icenews.is
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