Wow Air has announced it will launch daily Airbus A321 service to the New York area on November 25, 2016 when it starts Keflavik – Newark flights.
Copyright Photo: Wow Air Airbus A321-211 TF-KID (msn 5681) YYZ (TMK Photography). Image: 933234.
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).
The new routes will utilize 200-seat Airbus A321s. The routes will be year-round and will operate four days a week.
Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A321-211 TF-DAD (msn 6332) taxies at Amsterdam.
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.
All Copyright Photos: Tony Storck/AirlinersGallery.com. 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.
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.
Top Copyright Photo: Rainer Bexten/AirlinersGallery.com.
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WOW Air expanded Route Map for 2015:
Wow Air (Keflavik) has moved forward its start of service from Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) to Keflavik (KEF) (near Reykjavik) from June 4 to May 8. Initially the new route will operate four days a week with Airbus A320s. On June 11 this will expand to five days a week. The carrier will also operate to Boston starting on March 27.
Copyright Photo: Robbie Shaw/AirlinersGallery.com. Wow Air (operated by Air VIA) Airbus A320-232 LZ-MDD (msn 4305) approaches the runway at London’s Gatwick Airport.
Wow Air aircraft slide show:
Route Map for the 2015 summer season:
WOW Air (Keflavik) as planned, is coming to Boston in March 2015 with fares starting at $99 one-way. Kleflavik International Airport-Boston Logan International Airport will start on March 27 and operate six days a week with Airbus A321s.
WOW Air will also operate seasonal service between Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport (BWI) and Keflavik International Airport with four weekly roundtrip flights starting on June 4, 2015.
For the service from BWI, WOW Air will also utilize Airbus A321 aircraft. The seasonal flights will operate four times per week, on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Top Copyright Photo: Keith Burton/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A320-232 TF-WOW (msn 2457) arrives at London (Gatwick).
WOW Air Aircraft Slide Show:
Wow Air (Keflavik) is coming to Dublin, Ireland. The Icelandic carrier is planning to launch a new Dublin-Keflavik (near Reykjavik) service from June 2, 2015. The service, which will run year round, will see flights operating on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and marks the first scheduled service between the two locations.
The airline is also planning to introduce North American service to Boston next year (possibly in March) according to Airline Route.
Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Operated by Avion Express for Wow Air, Airbus A320-232 TF-WOW (msn 2457) taxies at Amsterdam.
Video: Aerial view of Iceland by Elisabetta Rosso: