WOW air charms Cincinnati with transatlantic service

WOW air Reykjavik/Keflavik to Cincinnati

Wow indeed! Cincinnati certainly went to town to celebrate the arrival of WOW air’s first flight from Iceland, producing this brilliant cake showstopper. Along with cake, a ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted to officially open the new route from Reykjavik/Keflavik. The low-cost airline will operate the route four times weekly.

  • WOW air has introduced Cincinnati (CVG) to its ever-growing North American network, with it now linking its Reykjavik/Keflavik (KEF) hub to the US city four times weekly. Launched 9 May, the LCC will operate the uncontested 4,833-kilometre airport pair using its fleet of 220-seat A321s. “Connecting the Tri-State community with additional international destinations has been a priority for Cincinnati,” commented Candace McGraw, CEO of Cincinnati Airport. “We’re excited that WOW air is now providing local travellers with the opportunity to travel non-stop from Cincinnati to Iceland, as well as a one-stop, low-cost service to more than 20 destinations across Europe, Israel and the Canary Islands.” This becomes the US airport’s second transatlantic service, with it joining Delta Air Lines in the European arena. The SkyTeam member presently offers a daily service to Paris CDG, a route that it flies using its 767-300s according to OAG schedules.  See how Cincinnati Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.


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