Well that’s an easy one, since I’m in Sweden at the moment.
There are two airlines that fly between Stockholm and Iceland, Icelandair all year long and Iceland Express in the summer. The Icelnadair price generally falls considerably once Iceland Express begins flying. There are also a couple of travel agencies in Sweden that specialize in Iceland: Iceland Explorer, Vulkan Resor and Islandia Resor.
If you don’t like flying you can take the Smyril Line ferry from Denmark, via the Faroe Islands.
It is now one year since the eruption in the Eyjafjallajökull volcano began last year. The eruption began on the 14th of April, 2010 following the small, but beautiful eruption on Fimmvörðuháls. The eruption became known worldwide as it disturbed flights around the northern hemisphere, creating the greatest disruption of flights since WW2. Up to 800 tonnes of ash per second, totaling at around 250 million cubic meters of ash (that’s a lot) were churned out into the air, up to 9 kilometers up.