Direct passenger flights to North Iceland have been implemented from Teesside Airport to begin within the next few months,
in what the airline claims is a UK first. Provided by short-break specialists, ‘Super Break’, the new flight additions have recently been released as three “bucket list” epic Arctic experiences. Prepare to be whisked away from Durham Tees Valley to Akureyri, North Iceland which has “previously been unreachable” – direct from UK airports. The new flights are set to begin from February 2019, with prices starting from £839 per person.
The major selling point of the flights is the ability for passengers to “genuinely go off the beaten track” with an with a 4 night luxury stay in a 5 star environment. Special features include; brewery tours, tastings and a visit to a local farm to try fresh dishes for an “indulgent escape”, as well as a chance to “get closer to nature” with a wilderness escape including visits to the Myvatn Nature Baths and Sigurgeirs Bird Museum. The final, and maybe most mouth-watering of all is the opportunity for passengers to “take Northern Iceland at their own pace” with self-drive breaks providing car hire and unlimited mileage.
Chris Hagan from Super Break added: “We’re thrilled to announce our expanded programme of getaways so that more people than ever before can experience the magical destination that is North Iceland.
“Akureyri is an amazing destination and we take pride in offering the very best bucket list activities for holidaymakers across the UK to experience on this trip of a lifetime.”
An opportunity with such unmissable activities seem like a must-book, right?