[1600px] Business Ramp with Rwy 01 and Tower.
[1600px] Approaching Edinburgh, enroute KEF-ZRH. The Firth of Forth Bridges can be seen on the very left.
[1280px] With a few daily scenic flighs even under a dull sky, this airfield can be considered busy in Icelandic terms. New airport in database.
[1280px] Completing a scenic flight and flaring inches above Rwy 02.
[1280px] Norlandair's Air Ambulance the other morning, sitting on a rainy ramp. New reg. in database.
[1280px] With Rwy 01 in the background, Norlandair and Flugfelag Islands' Hangars. The Flugsafn Museum is just next to the right.
[1280px] Accelerating on Rwy 01, heading to the next larger city in Iceland.
[1280px] The Grimsey shuttle waiting on the mainland for its next mission.
[1280px] Built 1943. Flugsafn Íslands / Icelandic Aviation Museum, Akureyri.
[1280px] Stickers advertising "Skemmtum okkur innanlands"
[1600px] Opening of the KEF-ZRH route in 2013 with a successful landing on Rwy 14, right on time. F222 and F223 fire trucks create the water curtain while "Skjaldbreiður" taxies to the A Gates.
[1600px] New production to join the IAF Fleet, taxi back from a test flight. New reg. in database.
[1600px] New production to join the Northern Territory