Even though the pandemic is still going on, some travel is set to resume. Flights to Iceland are available from Canadian cities and the country is getting ready to reopen to tourists again in June. Though it's important to remember that Canada still has a global travel advisory in place.\nThe Nordic island nation has announced that it plans to start easing restrictions on international travel no later than June 15.\n"When travellers return to Iceland we want to have all mechanisms in place to safeguard them and the progress made in controlling the pandemic," said Thordis Kolbrun Reykfjord Gylfadottir, Iceland's minister of tourism, industry and innovation, in a news release.\nThe country's COVID-19 strategy is large-scale testing, tracing and isolating.\nTravellers coming into Iceland, like ones from Canada, will be given a choice between a two-week quarantine or a COVID-19 test upon their arrival.\nIcelandair is an airline flying into and out of four Canadian cities.\nSo, people in Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto and Montreal can get flights to Reykjavik and Akureyri.\nSince Canada currently has an active global travel advisory that warns against all non-essential travel, national airlines like Air Canada aren't doing international flights.\nThe government has warned that Canadians in other countries might have trouble accessing essentials services or face movement restrictions.\nView this post on Instagram The holidays are around the corner. Any travel plans and where to? Credits: @peter_niemi.nikonman #MyStopover A post shared by Icelandair (@icelandair) on Dec 18, 2019 at 7:31am PST\nIceland has kept its borders open during this pandemic to other European countries.\nHowever, all international travellers have been mandated to quarantine when they arrive since April 24.\nCanada has closed the border with the U.S. and asked everyone to avoid non-essential travel outside of the country until further notice.\nView this post on Instagram Golden clouds. Photo by: @h0rdur A post shared by Iceland Explorers 🇮🇸 (@iceland.explore) on May 4, 2020 at 11:04pm PDT\nWhile Canadian airlines have suspended flights into June, some carriers based abroad are already getting ready to take off this month.\nEmirates will resume international flights to Toronto as of May 21.\nOnly passengers who comply with the eligibility and entry requirements of the country they land in will be allowed to board.