On this page, you´ll see the time series we put up to analyze web search volume for hotels and flights to Iceland. The graphs are dynamic and will refresh every time you visit the page. That means that if you browse the page, let’s say next week, the results will be different and show the latest development. This is why our only comments for each graph are explanations on what date you’re looking at, no conclusions drawn.
The date is on the horizontal line and the value is on the vertical line. The value is from 0 to 100. This means that 100 is the highest value for the last past 12 months. Knowing that, you´ll see, for example, that if people searched for ‘flights to Iceland’ 10.000 times on a particular date, the value for 5000 searches is 50.
Global search for flights to Iceland
The graph below shows the development of searches for flights to Iceland for the past 12 months globally.
Global search for hotels and accommodation in Iceland
This is the same type of graph but with different search terms that relate to hotel stays and search for other accommodation in Iceland. Note that this graph shows more spikes than the one above. The reason for this is that fewer people search for hotels and accommodation than flights to Iceland so there are fewer data points to show.
Relative comparison between countries – flights
Below you´ll see how many people search for flights to Iceland compared to flights to other countries.
Relative comparison between countries – hotels and other accommodation
Searches originating in the US for flights to Iceland compared to searches for flights to other Nordic countries
The first graph shows the development of searches from the USA for flights to Iceland compared to searches from the USA for flights to other Nordic countries.