Iceland Airwaves offers a Small Slice of Midpoint in the North Atlantic

Photo By: Roman Gerasymenko

It is just a little past 8 in the morning and there’s a flurry of activity in Keflavik airport as red eye flights like mine have landed and bleary-eyed travelers are making their way through customs and the duty free shops before being welcomed to Iceland by unrelenting winds of 40-50 mph and a high temperature around 33 degrees