Number of foreign tourists up 13%

Seventy-three thousand foreign tourists left the country via Keflavík International Airport in the month of September. This is 8,500 more people than the same month last year, an increase of 13 percent.
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Northern Sights: The future of tourism in Iceland

From October 2012– July 2013, The Boston Consulting Group conducted an independent report on the long-term tourism strategy of Destination Iceland.
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Cycling Iceland map 2013

Iceland has a lot to offer for those who choose to use a bike to discover the land of fire and ice. This summer a unique map was released where travellers can in one place find practical information, a list of bicycle related services and public transportation.
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NATA invites tourism and travel support applications

NATA (North Atlantic Tourism Association) is an organisation that promotes and supports cooperation in tourism for the West Nordic countries: Greenland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
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North Iceland is on Lonely Planet‘s Top 10 European Destinations for 2013

The editors at Lonely Planet have selected Lonely Planet’s Top 10 European Destinations for 2013, the ten places they think travellers should be heading in Europe right now. Among them is North Iceland.
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An introduction to guideline rules on safety matters

The Icelandic Tourist Board has issued safety guidelines intended for service operators in the tourist industry who offer leisure tours and excursions, that is, travel agencies and tour operators.
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Tourism in Iceland in Figures 2012

The Icelandic Tourist Board has published the annual brochure "Tourism in Iceland in Figures" for the year 2012.
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All set for good summer

Today marks the first day of Harpa, the first summer month of the old Icelandic calendar. This an official public holiday in celebration of the First Day of Summer in Iceland, Sumardagurinn fyrsti.
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Icelandair and WestJet join forces to open skies between North America and Europe

WestJet and Icelandair have launched a new interline agreement opening up the skies for passengers connecting between the Americas and more than 20 Icelandair destinations throughout Europe.
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Keflavik international to see a record traffic again this summer

Summer schedule plans for 2013 attest to a continued significant traffic rise at Keflavik International Airport. KEF operator Isavia Ltd. predicts a 10 per cent increase compared to 2012. 16 airlines plan to operate at KEF in summer schedule.
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