Flying into an American airport is usually very similar. There might be some nice open space, shimmering sea, or mountains to see from the air, but the second you start to get near the runway the urban sprawl starts to appear from all angles. Ugly subdivisions, massive malls, endless highways…it starts to all blur together. However, flying into Iceland is a totally different experience. With nothing but beautiful water and land formations as far as the eye can see, the descent into Keflavík International Airport is stunning. See for yourself and fly Icelandair next time you book a trip to Europe. They have free stopovers that make a quick trip to Reykjavik as easy as relaxing in the Blue Lagoon.
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