See the Highlands of Iceland from above. Mt Eyjafjallajokull, Landmannalaugar area, then toward Mt. Hekla on our way to the waterfall Gullfoss and the hot spring area of Geysir. On our way we will cross by the National Park Thingvellir and the geothermal area of Mt. Hengill.
This tour departs from Reykjavik Domestic Airport.
- Airplane tour
- The Highlands of Iceland
- Mt Eyjafjallajokull
- Landmannalaugar Nature Reserve
- Thorsmork area
- Mt. Hekla
- Gullfoss waterfall
- Geysir geothermal area
- Thingvellir National Park
We have multiple daily departures. But a booking minimum of two persons is required.
We will contact you shortly after your booking to confirm the exact departure time.
Reykjavik Domestic Airport.
Check-in is 30 minutes before departure time.
Click here for a map to the meeting location.
Bring with you: Warm clothing.
The Highlands of Iceland - Airplane Sightseeing
Our meeting point in Reykjavik Domestic Airport is located behind Hotel Natura, in the building marked “Birk Flight Service.” Upon arrival, we will prepare for departure and your pilot will give you a briefing of the intended flight plan and procedures.
The flight route in this tour can be varied, as well as is also possible to include Westman Island in this tour is requested.
We're sure you won't forget this fantastic tour of Eyjafjallajökull and it’s surroundings!
We operate three types of aircraft depending on the number of passengers. Our fleet consists of a Piper Chieftain, a Piper Navajo and a Cessna 207. All of our planes feature large windows, so you can be sure of a good view during the flight. Our craft are also fitted with an intercom system which allows 2 way communication with the pilot.
Flying in Iceland is of course dependant on weather conditions, and your safety is our principle concern. If we are unable to fly due to the weather, we will make arrangements to reschedule your flight or refund your ticket.
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Disclaimer: With your safety in mind we reserve the right to cancel a tour or change the itinerary due to weather conditions or any other factors beyond our control.