The majority of new COVID-19 infections in Iceland are among fully vaccinated people. But severe cases are rare, data showed.
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Delta paid one man $4,500 in flight credit to delay his trip to Iceland by one day after bad weather caused a flight to be oversold by 30 seats.
The filmmaker Joey Helms flew a drone into Iceland's erupting Fagradalsfjall volcano in May, until it was hit by lava.
Greece and Iceland, among the few countries currently open to US tourists, accept the CDC's vaccination cards as official documentation.
Some US airlines are venturing where they've never been before, including European locales like Croatia that are allowing American tourists.
United and American are selling flights to Japan for under $200 and Europe for under $300. The question remains, however: Will Americans be let in?
Service begins in late May for Delta and early July for United as the European Union continues limiting international travelers.
Iceland was a popular travel destination for Americans before the pandemic. Now, Icelandair is hoping to restore the country to its former status.
Iceland is one of the first European countries opening to vaccinated Americans. But the rest of Europe still doesn't want American visitors.
The volcano erupted on March 19 about 25 miles away from Reykjavik. The lava is moving slow enough for 10,000 visitors to see it up close.
Andy Luten booked his ticket as soon as he heard that Iceland was open to vaccinated Americans, and entering the country was shockingly easy.
A volcanic eruption that took place about 25 miles away from the Icelandic capital city of Reykjavík has not resulted in any injuries, reports say.