Affected Wow Air passengers can take advantage of a special fare with Wizz Air, which operates four flights per week from Reykjavík to London Luton.
Wow Air has joined the growing list of failed European carriers. The Iceland-based airline stopped flying overnight and urged passengers to look elsewhere for flights.
Indigo Partners has walked away from a potential investment in Wow Air. The decision sees Wow Air turn its attention once again to a potential tie-up with Icelandair.
The new schedule from London Stansted will see daily flights to Keflavik depart at 11:20, allowing passengers to make onward connections to the US and Canada.
Wow Air has expanded its network from Keflavik Airport by launching the Icelandic hub’s first non-stop flight to Asia, with the airline offering services to Delhi.
Indigo Partners has signed a preliminary agreement to purchase Wow Air. The deal comes less than a day after Icelandair Group pulled its own offer to buy the low-cost carrier.
The flag-carrier will acquire the entire share capital of the budget airline as consolidation continues apace in the European aviation market.
The inaugural flight to Orlando International Airport will depart on December 18th, with flights departing from London Gatwick and Edinburgh via Reykjavik.
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.