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Published on October 17th, 2016 | by Crissandra Ayroso


The Buddy System Never Fails with Icelandair

Icelandair just turned your stopover into a mini adventure. Adventure buddy included.

Last winter, Icelandair introduced a free service called the Stopover Buddy Program and it’s back for another season.

The Stopover Buddy Program is a one-of-a-kind free service for travellers to truly experience the best of Iceland with the guidance and expertise of an Icelandair employee as your host for up to one full day. Can you imagine anyone better to take you around, see the sites, and learn about Iceland than from a local Icelander? Celebrate as the Icelanders do!

Your Stopover Buddy will help you celebrate their favourite Icelandic festivities and any special occasions you might already be celebrating, whether you’re travelling solo or with up to four other guests. Experience Iceland’s national landmarks; stop for a soak in the geothermal mineral rich Blue Lagoon and slather on some white silica mud, witness spitfiring volcanoes contrast between the magnificent glaciers, and mingle with the locals – they’re known to be some of the friendliest.

Travel between Oct. 11, 2016 and Mar. 31, 2017 and fly from Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Halifax, to any of Icelandair’s 27 hub city destinations in Europe, including Amsterdam, Barcelona, London, Munich, and Paris, and discover the Land of Fire and Ice. Buddies are first-come-first-served.


For more information, visit Icelandair, or ask an Expert! Contact a Flight Centre Travel Expert by connecting with us online, calling 1-877-967-5302, or visiting your closest Flight Centre store.


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About the Author

Crissandra Ayroso

Crissandra Ayroso is a copywriter for Flight Centre. She loves road trips, beach weather, sampling local wine. She, like Helen Hunt in the 1996 disaster-rama (that’s short for drama) Twister, is a tornado chaser, in the travel sense. She chases moments, all revealing. Whether it’s ordering room service and eating in bed, finding the highest rooftop for the best views of the surroundings, feeling like a small dot in the middle of the ocean on a boat, or getting lost and stumbling upon hidden gems, no moment is too big or small to chase. Just like the category F5 that brought Helen Hunt back together with her estranged husband, respected TV weatherman, Bill Paxton.

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