$69.99 Daily Flights from Los Angeles or San Francisco to Europe from WOW Airlines
Other airlines have been talking about offering these fares; But Iceland's WOW is actually doing it
January 28, 2017
WOW air, Iceland's ultra-low cost transatlantic airline, has announced its lowest airline prices yet for customers traveling daily from the West Coast to Europe.
For a limited time, $69.99 tickets will be available from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to Stockholm (ARN), Copenhagen (CPH), Bristol (BRS) and Edinburgh (EDI).
Fares are on sale now, offered for flights between January 15, 2017 and April 5, 2017.
"WOW air's goal is to enable everybody to fly by offering the lowest fares on the market," said Skúli Mogensen, founder and CEO of WOW air. "It's exciting to be driving change in the industry and to stimulate the market by offering these super low fares across the Atlantic. I am very proud that by offering $69.99 USD fares we are enabling thousands of people to travel that otherwise could not afford it."
WOW air's California routes are serviced by three new Airbus A330 aircrafts, the first wide-body jets in the WOW air fleet. The airline operates the youngest fleet in Iceland with the lowest emission.
Also available for purchase are $99 tickets from Miami (MIA) and Boston (BOS) to Iceland and also to Paris, London (LGW), Amsterdam (AMS), Berlin (SXF), and Frankfurt (FRA) for $149 and $129 respectively.
Launched in November 2011, WOW air now connects 31 destinations across the U.S. and Europe with the Icelandic capital. In 2016 WOW air flew with 1,668,773 passengers in total, which is an increase of 130% from 2015.
About WOW air - The airline services 31 destinations across Europe and North America including Dublin, London, Paris, Berlin, and Copenhagen. Established in November 2011 by Icelandic entrepreneur Skúli Mogensen, the purple airline currently operates six Airbus A321 aircraft and recently purchased four. WOW air´s fleet also consists of three Airbus A330-300 planes and two A 320-200 planes. By the end of 2017 the fleet will consist of 17 aircraft with the average age of the whole fleet only 2.5 years. For additional information and bookings please visit http://www.wowair.com.