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“Secret passengers” on the shortest regular flight in Iceland

Aviation in Iceland is an essential way to reach a destination, where your trip by car would take many hours due to the hilly landscape. But what if there is a destination, where you can’t drive, because it is just… Continue Reading →

Most impressive aviation photos 2018

The 2018 year was interesting and full of events for aviation in Iceland. Here we present complex view on major events from aviators point of view through the photos contributed to Flugblogg by its readers. All photos were taken in… Continue Reading →

How RNAV approaches Iceland

Ground navigation equipment is going to disappear from all northern Icelandic non-international airports. That is the government plan, which is supposed to reduce costs of aerodromes with low paxflow. New APV-I LPV approaches are based on satellite navigation, have zero… Continue Reading →

Help from above: What Icelandic Coastguard struggles for

In harsh weather conditions and any time of day or night, they fly via “dark routes” with names of Scandinavian gods on their aircrafts to save lives. Their assistance requested not only in Iceland or nearby ocean but even on… Continue Reading →

Yak-52 in Iceland: Soviet beast tingling your balls

Soviet two-seater Yak-52 is a tough plane, which not every pilot can ride on. Snorri Bjarnvin Jonson is one from few who can. After more than 10 years’ experience of flying this Yak-52, Snorri started to perform with it at… Continue Reading →

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