Wow Air to start operations from Iceland on June 1, 2012

Wow Air (Reykjavik) is a new airline in Iceland which is planning to operate Airbus A320s to European destinations. The planned destinations from Keflavik include Alicante, Basel/Mulhouse, Berlin (Brandenburg), Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Krakow, London (Stansted), Lyon, Paris (CDG), Stuttgart, Warsaw and Zurich.

The planned start-up date is June 1, 2012.

According to the website, “Majority holder of WOW air is the investment company Titan, owned by Skúli Mogensen. Other shareholders are Baldur Baldursson and Matthías Imsland. Baldur Baldursson is the company’s CEO.

Directors of the Board are Skúli Mogensen, Baldur Baldursson, David Másson Director and Partner Avion Capital Partners SA and Björn Ingi Knútsson former Airport Director of Keflavik Airport & Alternate representative for the Nordic Countries at ICAO in Montreal, Canada.

Skúli Mogensen is also Chairman of the Board of WOW air.”

Wow Air owners:

Planned Route Map:

 

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3 thoughts on “Wow Air to start operations from Iceland on June 1, 2012

  1. j.myers

    I am a photographer on the western mail and its subsidery magazines and we feature regular holiday features. This year we have included Iceland in our shedule. We include a fact file and as I notice that you are to start flying in June I wondered if you would be offering any concessionery flights for the media as it would be a good idea to feature an alternative carrier and to highlight them in the article. With the present economic downturn we are looking for any ways in which we can stretch our budget!

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