This winter, Wow is scheduled to fly from Reykjavik to the US cities of Newark, Boston, Baltimore, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Detroit, San Francisco, Los Angeles and St. Louis.
WOW Air is expanding to Asia, launching routes from nine different US cities to Delhi, India, via Iceland, with fares starting at $199 one-way. Internationally, in some countries, short haul budget airlines get access to separate airports with lower levies and taxes, that help them maintain the cost advantage, said Shah.
"We are very excited to count New Delhi among our list of growing destinations outside of Europe", said Skúli Mogensen, CEO and founder of WOW air.More news: Dutch researchers uncover dirty jokes in Anne Frank's diary
'We are passionate about continuing our mission of enabling everybody to fly by making worldwide travel accessible and affordable for all, and look forward to expanding our global service to provide travellers with the opportunity to see many parts of the globe, whether for business or pleasure'. And just a 125 mile road trip from Delhi is the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. You won't be able to select your seat, and you'll have to pay for any in-flight meals ($9 to $14).
WOW air service will launch the services in December departing from London Gatwick, via Reykjavik's Kefavik Airport and then on to Delhi. The special fare is available for travel only from January 10 through March 31 next year when booked with a return trip.
Service will be available through nine airports including St. Louis Lambert International Airport and Chicago O'Hare International Airport. Based on lowest one-way WOW Basic fare booked on www.wowair.us. So passengers travelling to the U.S. will have a stop over at Reykjavik - acting as a hub for the airline - and then take a Wow flight to the US.More news: 35 tribals missing as boat capsizes in Godavari
The airline now serves 39 destinations across Europe and North America including London, Paris, New York, Toronto, Baltimore, San Francisco and Chicago.
Established in November 2011 by Icelandic entrepreneur Skúli Mogensen, the purple airline flies with Airbus A320, Airbus A321 and Airbus A330 models.More news: Scotland rejects key Brexit bill sparking fears of constitutional crisis