Iceland news channel brings latest on volcano activity
Iceland news channel, IceNews, has reported on the ceased activity at the Eyjafallajokull volcano in the south of Iceland; as well as reports on flights to Iceland.
According to IceNews, Professor of Geophysics, Magnus Tumi Gudmundsson stated that “Heat seeking pictures show that the there is no activity in the volcano,” he followed by saying “Heat seeking pictures are not showing more than 100 degrees Celsius and that tells us that the crater of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano has no activity.”
This huge reduction in activity and media exposure is the positive step that Icelandic tourism has been longing for. Travellers across the world now have the opportunity to purchase unrestricted flights to Iceland without any fears of disruptions caused by the volcanic ash cloud.
“It has been a busy time for us at IceNews as the global online search volume for Iceland news has increased by 800 percent over the past few months. We are just thrilled that people have been interested in what is happen over here in Iceland, and that things look a lot brighter for tourism in Iceland as flights are now back to normal. We all look forward to seeing more visitors, Iceland is an incredible place,” explained Russell Harmon, a native Englishman and editor at IceNews.
IceNews is an independent online resource for Scandinavian and Icelandic news updated regularly. IceNews has also been in think of the action throughout all of Iceland’s volcanic activity, reporting as it happens.
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