Flying as much as I do, I’ve been on my share of airlines and flights. I always like to know which airline has top-notch food, good entertainment, and comfy seats. Of course, we’re all looking for the best deals when it comes to airfare, so I jump at the chance to check out new airlines and see how they stack up. Check out my experience flying Iceland’s new low-cost airline, WOW air!
The increase in competition from WOW Air will perhaps see flight deals from other airlines to Iceland and western Europe, the latter most notably from competitor Norwegian Air Shuttle, as we recently noted. This is good news on top of the already good news of the affordability of Europe this year, with the drop in value of the Euro.
Before the launch of U.S. flights, WOW Air only flew between Iceland and Europe. But travelers who only want to visit Iceland may book flights from the U.S. to Reykjavik without connecting to Europe. A one-way WOW ticket from Boston to Reykjavik in summer starts from $150, which means a bare-bones round-trip could be had for as little as $300, less than half the usual price of flying from the U.S. to Iceland.
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Travel to Iceland #travel #for #singles http://travel.remmont.com/travel-to-iceland-travel-for-singles/ #travel to iceland # Travel to Iceland Flying to Iceland Iceland Express (www.icelandexpress.com ) flies from London Gatwick and London Stansted to Reykjav k as well as other European destinations including Prague. Paris, Edinburgh and Barcelona. It also flies direct to and from New York. WOW Air (www.wowair.is ) flies from Reykjav k to London […]The post Travel to Iceland #travel #for…