Category Archives: Wow Air

Wow Air to launch low-fare flights from New York JFK

First A321neo, delivered on June 21, 2017

Wow Air will begin service to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) this spring, with the inaugural flight from the United States’ busiest international airport scheduled for April 26, 2018.

Additionally, the airline is extending service out of Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) with 13 flights per week starting May 2018.

$99 one-way tickets from JFK will go on sale for passengers looking to travel to
Paris,Amsterdam, London Stansted, Frankfurt, Dublin, Copenhagen and Berlin.


To celebrate the new route, special prices will also be available out of the following US cities to select locations:

  • From Newark (EWR), Cleveland (CLE) and Cincinnati (CVG) to Paris (CDG), Amsterdam (AMS), London (STN), Frankfurt (FRA), Dublin (DUB), Copenhagen (CPH) and Berlin (SXF) via Iceland.
  • Miami (MIA) to Paris (CDG), Amsterdam (AMS), Dublin (DUB) and Copenhagen (CPH) via Iceland.
  • Boston (BOS) and Pittsburgh (PIT) to Paris (CDG), Amsterdam (AMS), London (STN), Brussels(BRU), Dublin (DUB), Copenhagen (CPH) and Edinburgh (EDI) and Stockholm (ARN) via Iceland.

Launched in November 2011, Wow Air now connects 38 destinations across North America, Europe and the Middle East with Iceland. In 2016, Wow Air flew with 1,668,773 passengers in total, which is an increase of 130% from 2015.

Copyright Photo: Wow Air Airbus A321-253N WL TF-SKY (msn 7694) BWI (Tony Storck). Image: 939133.


Wow Air becomes the first Airbus A321neo operator in Europe

Wow Air, the Icelandic low-fare carrier, has taken delivery of its first A321neo (A321-253N TF-SKY, msn 7694) at a ceremony during the 52nd Le Bourget Paris airshow. The aircraft was officially handed over to the airline’s Chief Executive Officer, Skúli Mogensen. The aircraft leased from Air Lease Corporation will join WOW air’s existing all Airbus Fleet of 15 A320 Family aircraft.

The aircraft, powered by CFM LEAP-1A engines, is configured in a comfortable 218 seat layout. WOW air’s A321neo will be based at Keflavik airport in Iceland and operate commercial flights from Europe to North America.

Photo: Airbus.

Wow Air takes delivery of its first Airbus A320neo

Wow Air (Keflavik) has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo on lease from  Air Lease Corporation (ALC). Wow Air is an all Airbus operator with 12 aircraft in its fleet to date.

The pictured A320-251N TF-NEO (msn 7560) will feature a single-class cabin layout with 180 seats.
The airline has chosen CFM engines to power the aircraft that will operate throughout Europe.
Photo: Airbus.

Wow Air is coming to Montreal and Toronto

Wow Air (Keflavik) has announced it will add two new low-fare routes starting in May 2016 to both Montreal (Trudeau) (starting on May 12) and Toronto (Pearson) (May 20) from Keflavik (near Reykjavik).

Wow Air coming to Canada

The new routes will utilize 200-seat Airbus A321s. The routes will be year-round and will operate four days a week.

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Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/ Airbus A321-211 TF-DAD (msn 6332) taxies at Amsterdam.

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Wow Air is welcomed at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)

Wow Air (Keflavik) as planned, started its low-fare service from Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) to Keflavik (KEF) (near Reykjavik) yesterday (May 8). Initially the new route will operate four days a week with the new Airbus A321s. On June 11 this will expand to five days a week. The carrier also started service to Boston on March 27.

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All Copyright Photos: Tony Storck/ The inaugural flight was assigned to “MOM”. Airbus A321-211 TF-MOM (msn 6210) was treated to the traditional water cannon salute on the inaugural flight arrival at BWI.

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WOW Air paints its first two Airbus A321s, “DAD” and “MOM”

Wow Air (stylized as WOW Air) (Keflavik) is adding two Airbus A321s for its expanded 2015 summer schedule with new routes. Interestingly, the two A321-211s are registered TF-DAD (msn 6232) (above) and TF-MOM (msn 6210) (below). TF-MOM is also painted in a reverse color scheme. Both A321s are being prepared at Hahn near Frankfurt. As previously reported, the carrier is adding two new North American routes to Boston (BOS) and Baltimore/Washington (BWI) with the two A321s. Boston service starts on March 27 and BWI starts on May 8.

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WOW Air expanded Route Map for 2015:

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WOW Air 3.2015 Route Map (LRW)