WOW Air has just announced its latest U.S destination: the Big Apple.
The new flights will help continue to increase the airline's presence in the NY area.
Mogensen said that the focus for growth would remain on routes to North America, which now account for about 50 percent of its network, though four new A330-900neos to be leased next year could also offer routes to Asia. In May 2018, WOW Air will transition from offering daily flights to 13 weekly flights between the its Iceland hub and Newark.
Cleveland (CLE), and Cincinnati (CVG) to Paris (CDG), Amsterdam (AMS), London (STN), Frankfurt (FRA), Dublin (DUB), Copenhagen (CPH), and Berlin (SXF) via Iceland. WOW Air will join Delta Air Lines and its closest competitor, Icelandair, both of which already offer nonstop flights between the two airports.
Travelers can also book $99 one-way flights out of several other US cities the airline already operates out of, with return rates starting at $189.99 (return rates fluctuate depending on the date of travel).
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"Since launching our Newark route past year, we've seen increasing demand from our Irish passengers looking for more ways to travel to the East Coast".
The new route will land at JFK Airport, and will commence in April 2018.
Announcing the new route, Skúli Mogensen, founder and CEO of WOW air, said: "Since launching our Newark route previous year, we've seen increasing demand from our Irish passengers looking for more ways to travel to the East Coast".
With more planes on the way, WOW Air's US and Europe growth will continue, creating new ways for passengers to connect between the two continents.