". . . Flight time between Reykjavik and Anchorage on the 189-seat Boeing 757-200 is approximately seven hours. Travelers will connect in Reykjavik with more than 20 destinations in Scandinavia, the United Kingdom and Continental Europe.Now we have two summer options to get to Europe relatively quickly. Condor Air - a Lufthansa subsidiary - also flies from Anchorage to Europe. And with jetBlue and Virgin here for the summer we can get to San Francisco and other West Coast destinations a little cheaper than in the winter.
Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell will lead the inaugural welcome for Wednesday’s arrival of the Icelandair flight in the airport’s North Terminal lobby. Media should arrive by 3:30 p.m. for a photo opportunity on the airfield and press conference. A second event celebrating the first Icelandair departure from Anchorage will be held Thursday, May 16, beginning at 2 p.m. in the South Terminal."
There's an Anchorage Inaugural tour package for six nights at the cabin hotel plus the flight for 1,482 USD.
There are a bunch of tours available, including this Black and Blue tour:
The videos I could find were scuba, not snorkeling. And I didn't see any fish. But it looked nice. Just wondering how cold the water is. Wikipedia says it's 100 year old water because it comes from glaciers.
There's more here. But I had trouble getting it to recognize Anchorage when trying to find other flights.