Delta Announces New Flights from U.S. to Iceland for Vaccinated Travelers

Delta Air Lines is reintroducing daily service to Reykyavik beginning in May. The news comes just two weeks after Iceland reopened its borders to vaccinated tourists.

On March 29, the Atlanta-based carrier announced that it will offer daily flights to Keflavik International Airport from:

John F. Kennedy International Airport beginning May 1Boston Logan International Airport beginning May 20Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport beginning May 27

JFK passengers will travel on the 168-seat Boeing 757-200 aircraft, which have Delta One sleeping suites, Delta Comfort+ service and economy seats. Boston and Minneapois-St. Paul passengers will travel on the 193-seat Boeing 757-200 aircraft, which have Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and economy seating.

All flights will be

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