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Vaccinated Travelers Can Fly to Iceland This Summer for Just $339

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by Eben Diskin Apr 1, 2021

Iceland is positioning itself for a huge tourism boom this summer. The country recently announced that it would be opening its doors to all vaccinated travelers as soon as April 6, 2021, and IcelandAir is capitalizing on the news. The Icelandic airline is offering round-trip flights under $350 and tantalizing vacation packages for just $599.

Travelers who book by April 13, for travel between June 1, 2021, and February 28, 2022, will be able to fly to Iceland for as low as $339 round trip. The sale is valid from several major North American cities, including New York, Boston, Chicago, and Seattle.

IcelandAir’s Michael Raucheisen told Travel & Leisure, “With the news that Iceland has opened [its] borders to all vaccinated passengers, Icelandair is pleased to offer a sale like no other. It has been a long year, but we look forward to connecting North America with Iceland and Europe once again and welcoming you aboard.”

The airline is also offering a winter vacation package starting at $599, including a visit to the new geothermal Sky Lagoon, a northern lights tour by boat, and a one-day pass for the Hop On Hop Off city sightseeing bus. The package is available for departures from October 1, 2021, to February 25, 2022, and must be booked by April 13.

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