Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

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WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

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WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

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Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

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Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

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WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira

Fewer scheduled flights to and from Keflavík in April compared to 2018

The number of scheduled flights to and from Keflavík International Airport in April has dropped by 32% between years. This trend is largely a direct result of WOW air’s bankruptcy in March; the low-cost carrier offered a total of 588 flights from Keflavík Airport to various international destinations in April 2018. However, the decline in … Lesa meira

Iceland remains well connected to North America despite WOW air’s collapse

The flight network between North America and Iceland remains excellent despite the recent collapse of Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air. Five legacy airlines offer year-round flights between Keflavík International Airport (near Reykjavik) and the US&Canada: Air Canada, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Delta, United Airlines, and Icelandair all operate flights between Keflavík … Lesa meira

Return ticket to Iceland for as low as 62 GBP

With summer behind us, thrifty travellers can now snag up cheap low-season flights between London and Keflavík International Airport. Six airlines offer direct flights between London and Keflavík this winter, making Iceland an ideal winter get-away for travel-thirsty Londoners who wish to experience the magnificent Northern Lights or do some Christmas shopping. British Airways and … Lesa meira

icelandair wow

Half of Iceland’s visitors travel with WOW air or Icelandair

Overseas residents made around 2.2 million visits to Iceland in 2017, and according to statistics accumulated by Túristi, nearly 1.2 million of those visitors travelled with either Icelandair or WOW air to the country; the remaining 1.2 million travelled with one of the roughly 30 foreign airlines offering scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport. In … Lesa meira

wow gma Friðrik Örn Hjaltested

WOW air adds more destinations but keeps on filling a greater share of seats

Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air continues to expand, having launched five new nonstop routes to the US this spring, and by adding flights to JFK in New York and London Stansted. This brought on a 59 percent increase in capacity (ASK) for the airline in May. Notably, the increase did not negatively impact the carrier’s … Lesa meira

The return of transatlantic flights to and from St. Louis

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, announced in August 2017 that it would begin four weekly non-stop flights to Iceland from St. Louis International. In January, WOW air added a fifth weekly flight to its schedule from June 3 through September 23. Keflavik is a fast growing international hub that offers connections to many European destinations … Lesa meira

Iceland’s largest carriers compete for Cleveland passengers bound for Europe

Icelandair and WOW Air, Iceland’s two main airlines, will offer direct flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, starting next month. There have not been trans-Atlantic flights from Hopkins Airport since 2009, when United Airlines suspended direct flights between the Cleveland and London Heathrow. Cleveland will be Icelandair’s 19 US destination. The carrier will offer flights … Lesa meira

3 airlines offering flights from Dallas to Iceland

Passengers traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have some new alternatives this summer since American Airlines, Icelandair and WOW air will all begin new services to Iceland’s Keflavik International (KEF). The Icelandic carriers will start next month while AA’s service launches in the beginning of June. Never before has a new route from … Lesa meira

Steep decline in transit passengers in Keflavík during the first months of 2019

The total number of transit and self-connect passengers in Keflavík Airport grew by 39% in 2018. The number of transit passengers in Keflavík Airport had been growing steadily each year since WOW air launched its North American routes in 2015. Isavia, which oversees airport operations, saw transit passengers as an opportunity for further growth, claiming … Lesa meira