A few weeks ago, Icelanders were able to enjoy the country’s summer holiday from May to August.
But as of Wednesday, the country was still experiencing some issues with air quality and was facing a shortage of honeymoon accommodations.
The Icelandic Air Force said it has started issuing refunds for people who purchased tickets to the summer tour, which cost between 9,000 and 12,000 kronur (about $1,200 to $2,200).
The refunds can be taken from any hotel in Iceland or the Icelandic Airports Authority (IAS) website.
Airports are still struggling to cope with the shortage of accommodation, and a number of flights have been cancelled, including one scheduled to take off from Reykjavik International Airport.
The IAS website also reported that some airlines have stopped flying to Iceland.
The airline industry in Iceland has been plagued by high levels of pollution for years, and there are reports of several people dying from inhaling polluted air.