Wow Air News

Skuli Mogensen, chief executive, WowAir

Skuli Mogensen, chief executive, WowAir

8 November 2017 Videos

Breaking Travel News talks with Skuli Mogensen, chief executive of Icelandic carrier WowAir, as the airline reveals ambitious plans to expand with a series of new routes in the United States. Also on the agenda is the arrival of a series of new planes.

Wow Air to launch Dallas route in spring 2018

Wow Air to launch Dallas route in spring 2018

7 September 2017 Airline News Tourism News

Wow Air has unveiled a new service to Dallas, marking the low-cost airline’s 15th destination in North America. The inaugural service to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport will depart in May 2018 from Reykjavik, with the service operating three times per week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Wow Air welcomes first Airbus A320neo to fleet

Wow Air welcomes first Airbus A320neo to fleet

2 May 2017 Airline News

Wow Air has taken delivery of the first A320neo aircraft, via an agreement with Air Lease Corporation. The new aircraft is the Icelandic airline’s thirteenth in a rapidly expanding, all-Airbus fleet and will be deployed on Wow Air’s routes to Europe and North America from tomorrow.

Wow air to boost low-cost transatlantic flight options

Wow air to boost low-cost transatlantic flight options

21 October 2016 Airline News

Icelandic low-cost transatlantic airline Wow air has announced plans to increase the number of flights from London to its hub in Iceland to two per day, as well as increases to its onward long-haul services to California. From March 27th next year the airline will fly daily from London to Los Angeles and San Francisco, via Reykjavik, making budget travel to California even more accessible for UK holidaymakers.