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WOW air Announces €65 Flights From Ireland To The US

Jun 02, 2017

The low-fare prices come as WOW air celebrates its fifth anniversary of its first flight.

WOW air, Iceland’s low-fare airline is offering Irish passengers flights to the US for €65 one way including taxes and charges it was announced today.
The offer is available from today (Thursday) on flights from Dublin Airport and Cork Airport, via Reykjavik, to LA, Miami, San Francisco, New York, Pittsburgh, Montreal and Toronto.
The low-fare prices come as WOW air celebrates its fifth anniversary of its first flight. Founded in 2011 by Icelandic entrepreneur Skúli Mogensen, WOW air now connects 32 destinations across Europe and the US with the Icelandic capital, Reykjavik.
The airline became the first to operate direct scheduled flights between Ireland and Iceland when it began operating the service in June 2015. It now connects Ireland to ten US destinations via Reykjavik.
WOW air flies Dublin to Reykjavik five times weekly, increasing to daily in peak summer times, and Cork to Reykjavik three times a week, increasing to four flights a week during peak summer times. Flights connect passengers to ten North America destinations via Reykjavik including New York, Boston, Washington DC, Toronto, Montreal, Miami, LA, San Francisco with routes to Chicago and Pittsburgh starting in summer 2017.
Commenting on the low - cost fares today, Skúli Mogensen, CEO of WOW air, said: "We are really excited to celebrate our fifth anniversary this year. We are delighted to share our great success with our Irish passengers by offering the best prices ever seen for travel across the Atlantic. This is a great opportunity to take a weekend break or tick a bucket list destination off the list."
"Since launching almost two years ago, we are pleased with the success of our Irish routes with many Irish passengers visiting Iceland and connecting to the US through Reykjavik. Equally, both Dublin and Cork have also become popular destinations for the Icelandic with many taking weekend breaks in Ireland."
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