Articles Tagged ‘WOW air’

WOW air adds second services to Canada and UK

WOW air adds second services to Canada and UK

WOW air begins services from Reykjavik/Keflavik to Toronto Pearson and Bristol – second connections to respective countries after Montreal and London Gatwick.

South American fiesta of FTWAs this week

South American fiesta of FTWAs this week

It’s not often that we receive an FTWA from South America, indeed prior to this week we had received just three so far this year. Yet this week we have had five – the most of any region! See if any of these entries can emulate Quito Airport back in February which won its week […]

WOW air welcomed to Canada

WOW air welcomed to Canada

WOW air begins a four times weekly service to Montreal from its Reykjavik/Keflavik base.


WOW air begins Gran Canaria service

WOW air begins Gran Canaria service

WOW air begins a weekly service to Gran Canaria from its Reykjavik/Keflavik hub.

New airline route announcements and fascinating facts and figures we came across this week (2016 – week 6)

New airline route announcements and fascinating facts and figures we came across this week (2016 – week 6)

easyJet’s London Gatwick route cuts for S16, multiple new routes to Iceland and impressive Spanish airport figures for January feature in this week’s statistical round-up.

Baltimore/Washington sees winter seat capacity rise by 6.5%; Allegiant Air to become next carrier

Baltimore/Washington sees winter seat capacity rise by 6.5%; Allegiant Air to become next carrier

On 12 January, Allegiant Air announced that it would commence operations from Baltimore/Washington to Asheville, Cincinnati, Knoxville, Lexington, Savannah and Tulsa. With this news, anna.aero decided to review how the airport is looking in regards to its airline and route mix, and also to see how passenger traffic has developed over the past few years.


anna.aero meets with WOW air CEO, Skúli Mogensen, at World Travel Market to discuss why the carrier has decided to go long-haul

anna.aero meets with WOW air CEO, Skúli Mogensen, at World Travel Market to discuss why the carrier has decided to go long-haul

During this year’s World Travel Market at London’s ExCeL Centre, anna.aero’s Assistant Editor, Jonathan Ford, caught up with WOW air CEO, Skúli Mogensen, to find out why the carrier has decided to venture into the long-haul market from its Reykjavik/Keflavik base, and why the airline is also open to the opportunity to develop bases outside […]

Passenger growth slows in Lithuania; Ryanair still #1 carrier

Passenger growth slows in Lithuania; Ryanair still #1 carrier

In 2014, over 3.8 million passengers passed through the three commercial airports of Lithuania, a record for the country, yet it also witnessed one of the slowest growth rates of recent years. anna.aero investigates why growth has slowed down in Lithuania, and looks to see how the airline network has changed over the past 12 […]

WOW Air lands in Billund

WOW Air lands in Billund

WOW Air begins its latest service from Reykjavik/Keflavik to Billund, a service facing direct competition from Icelandair.


WOW air introduces its first service to Ireland

WOW air introduces its first service to Ireland

WOW air adds services from Reykjavik/Keflavik, to Dublin, initially operating twice-weekly using the airline’s A320s.

Jet2.com's expansion at Edinburgh for S16; awards for Bournemouth and Reykjavik/Keflavik and news from Amsterdam, Austin and Bristol

Jet2.com’s expansion at Edinburgh for S16; awards for Bournemouth and Reykjavik/Keflavik and news from Amsterdam, Austin and Bristol

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Bournemouth Airport celebrates winning ‘Cake of the Week’ for the launch of services by Flybe, Air Canada lands in Austin from Toronto, Anadolujet lands in Adiyaman, Edinburgh unveils its new ‘Selfie’ centre piece, and Schiphol says a fond farewell to Jasper Spruit.

Budapest Airport displays its third ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate

Budapest Airport displays its third ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate

Budapest Airport, still the only airport in the world to benefit from on-site fire truck water arch training from one of anna.aero’s four esteemed judges, now has three ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificates on its fire station walls as a result. Seven airports from across the world battle it out for this week’s award.