"It's a powerful, almost emotional experience to see our own country displayed like it is here at FlyOver," says General Manager Agnes Gunnarsdottir. "It is a great way to slowly return to the outside world after the lockdown of the last weeks."
At the operations level, social distancing protocols are in place at each interaction as guests make their way through the FlyOver experience, from ticket desks and retail to the immersive pre-shows and the flight-ride itself. Luka Drusko, supervisor at FlyOver Iceland, says it's essential that both the team and guests feel safe.
"We take our priorities very seriously—the whole team has been working diligently since the COVID-19 pandemic started to make sure our attraction is safe," Drusko says. "Now more than ever, our goal is to make FlyOver an enjoyable experience for the whole family."