WOW air’s Reykjavik/Keflavik to Baltimore/Washington
On 8 May, Baltimore/Washington Airport greeted with the traditional water arch salute the arrival of WOW air’s four weekly flights from Reykjavik/Keflavik. The Icelandic LCC is also flying to Boston with five weekly departures.
On 8 May, Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport celebrated with a special event in the terminal, which included a cake and a ribbon cutting, the start of WOW air’s second transatlantic flight, this time to Baltimore/Washington. Cutting the ribbon are: Skuli Mogensen, CEO, WOW air; Ragnheidur Elin Arnadottir, Minister of Industry and Commerce; and Bjorn Oli Hauksson, Managing Director, Isavia.
- WOW air added its second route to the US on 8 May, when it started four weekly flights to Baltimore/Washington (BWI) from Reykjavik/Keflavik (KEF). The 4,434-kilometre sector that is served by the LCC’s 176-seat A320 will see a frequency increase to five times weekly starting on 4 June. WOW air is also serving the US market with five weekly departures to Boston. The Icelandic carrier will face no direct competition on its new addition. Commenting on the route launch, Paul J. Wiedefeld, CEO, Baltimore/Washington Airport, said: “International service continues to climb at Baltimore/Washington Airport. The addition of WOW air further strengthens our position as an international gateway that offers convenient, efficient service and low fares. See how Baltimore/Washington Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.