SOURCE: Reykjavik Excursions
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND--(Marketwire - Oct 11, 2012) - Iceland day tours provider Reykjavik Excursions will be donating part of its Flybus ticket sales to the Icelandic Cancer Society for every ticket sold between October and November in order to raise awareness for breast cancer.
Throughout October and November 2012, Reykjavik Excursions will be donating money from the sales of its popular airport transfer bus service, Flybus. Additionally, to help spread the message further, all of Reykjavik Excursion's coaches will be painted pink, displaying the iconic pink breast cancer awareness ribbon.
The Icelandic Cancer Society is a nation-wide, voluntary organisation established 56 years ago, to promote knowledge and understanding about cancer and cancer prevention; support cancer research; promote screening for cancer, and to support progress in the treatment and care of cancer patients.
As part of the Flybus airport transfer service, passengers are transported from Keflavik International Airport to Iceland's capital, Reykjavík, and vice versa.
The Flybus is scheduled with all arriving and departing flights in mind in order to offer a reliable, efficient service. The Flybus stops right outside the Leifur Eiriksson terminal and takes passengers straight to Reykjavík city.
For more information regarding Reykjavik Excursions' Flybus, visit http://www.re.is/Flybus/.