We will start by flying over Vatnajökull. Next we will see the mountain Snæfell (1833m), and then the flight takes us over ,,Holuhraun´´. On the 29th of August 2014 a volcanic eruption began and produced a lava field of more than 85km² (33 sq mi), the largest in Iceland since 1783. Our flight will then take us to see ,,Askja´´, a caldera in Dyngjufjöll mountains on the northern side of Vatnajökull National park. Askja is a 50 square kilometers subsidence cauldron formed when a lava chamber just under the surface of the earth emptied in a volcanic eruption and the roof above it collapsed. On our way back we will fly over the Vatnajökull Glacier and take a look at the Glacier Lagoon ,,Jökulsárlón´´. Jökulsárlón is a still lagoon with blue water which is dotted with icebergs from the surrounding. The Glacier Lagoon flows through a short waterway into the Atlantic Ocean, leaving chunks of ice on a black sand beach. In winter, the fish-filled lagoon hosts hundreds of seals.