Virgin Atlantic & Icelandair Offering ‘Rescue Fares’ For Stranded WOW Air Passengers
'Wow' was probably not the word most people uttered when WOW air announced it was closing down its operations earlier today as anyone paying attention could see this coming and anyone not paying attention (and affected by the shutdown) probably chose more colourful language.
WOW Air Announces More US Expansion – This Time To Dallas/Ft Worth
WOW Air, the Iceland-based low-cost carrier, has just announced that it is to add Dallas/Ft Worth to its list of US destinations - look out American Airlines a transatlantic low-cost carrier is coming right for you!
Why I’m Not Wow-ed By Wow Air
I've been saying for a while that I'd like to try out at least one of the low-cost airlines that have broken the mould and have been flying across the Atlantic for the past couple of years. To that end I've been taking a look at both Norwegian and WOW air to see what all the excitement is about and to see if and how I should try one or both of the airlines out. Norwegian looks genuinely interesting. I like that the airline is taking the battle to the legacy airlines and I like its shiny new Dreamliners.....but I just can't get excited about WOW air.
WOW Air Opens Reservations For West Coast – Europe Flights
WOW Air, the Iceland-based European Low Cost Carrier (LCC) has opened reservations for its new flights between Europe and the US West Coast and that should be good news for consumers. Whether you're flying to or from Europe, if you want to fly with WOW Air, you'll have to route through Reykjavik (the airline's home base) to connect using their new West Coast flights.
Roundup: Will Qantas Return To Continental Europe? Delta Re-Starts Fight Over Haneda, Low Cost...
A roundup of some of the airline news from the past few days. This post sees a stronger than normal focus on Australian carriers but Delta,...
London To Boston or Washington DC From $153 (£99/€136) One-Way
WOW Air is one of the airlines I've promised myself that I'll try out within the next year. It's one of the new breed of low...