Articles Tagged ‘WOW air’

WOW air introduces second route to the US

WOW air introduces second route to the US

WOW air adds a new transatlantic flight to the US with the addition of four weekly departures to Baltimore/Washington from Reykjavik/Keflavik, using its A320s.

World Low Cost Airlines Congress: Norwegian’s restricted access; Ryanair’s focus on Cyprus; transavia.com Europe challenges Ryanair, Wizz Air and easyJet

World Low Cost Airlines Congress: Norwegian’s restricted access; Ryanair’s focus on Cyprus; transavia.com Europe challenges Ryanair, Wizz Air and easyJet

anna.aero attended the 11th annual WLCAC held in London between 16 and 17 September, giving Vlad Cristescu a chance to catch-up with a mixture of senior airline and airport representatives on the first day, including WOW air’s CEO, Skúli Mogensen.

30-Second Interview - Skúli Mogensen, CEO, WOW air

30-Second Interview – Skúli Mogensen, CEO, WOW air

anna.aero was invited to Iceland Travel Workshop (ITW) 2014 held in Reykjavik between 15 and 16 May. We got to talk to Skúli Mogensen, CEO, WOW air about the LCC’s status for transatlantic flights.


Iceland Travel Workshop 2014: Flybe is coming to Iceland; easyJet’s volcano inspiration; airberlin’s Reykjavik/Keflavik services grow by 33% for S14; and AirAsia Indonesia X’s charter option

Iceland Travel Workshop 2014: Flybe is coming to Iceland; easyJet’s volcano inspiration; airberlin’s Reykjavik/Keflavik services grow by 33% for S14; and AirAsia Indonesia X’s charter option

anna.aero was delighted to be invited to Iceland Travel Workshop (ITW) 2014 held in Reykjavik between 15 and 16 May, the first Icelandic conference that aims to connect and introduce the country’s tourism industry to potential partners. This year saw speeches from Paul Willoughby, Regional Sales Manager, Flybe; Hugh Aitken, UK Commercial Manager, easyJet; Erik […]

Reykjavik/Keflavik forecasted to pass three million passengers in 2014; new airport charging scheme from November

Reykjavik/Keflavik forecasted to pass three million passengers in 2014; new airport charging scheme from November

Iceland’s busiest airport, Reykjavik/Keflavik, has managed to achieve impressive growth in recent years, following the local banking collapse and the volcanic eruption of Eyjafjallajökull. anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how its seasonality profile has changed and how dominant the flag carrier is this summer.

WOW air growing rapidly from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport; ASKs up 61% in 2014 but Stockholm Arlanda is only new destination

WOW air growing rapidly from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport; ASKs up 61% in 2014 but Stockholm Arlanda is only new destination

Following the acquisition of Iceland Express’ operations in 2012, WOW air has visibly exploded, rapidly growing its European network from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport. As the airline’s ASKs are expected to reach 1.6 billion in 2014, anna.aero investigates the LCC’s expansion and its S14 schedule.


WOW air now serves Milan from Reykjavik

WOW air now serves Milan from Reykjavik

WOW air launches seasonal services from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport to Milan Malpensa Airport.

WOW air opens seasonal routes from Iceland to Amsterdam and Barcelona

WOW air opens seasonal routes from Iceland to Amsterdam and Barcelona

WOW air adds seasonal services from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport to Amsterdam Airport and Barcelona Airport.

WOW air adds Düsseldorf as its third German destination this summer

WOW air adds Düsseldorf as its third German destination this summer

WOW air inaugurates services from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport to Dusseldorf Airport as part of triangular route via Stuttgart Airport.


WOW air inaugurates seasonal services to Salzburg

WOW air inaugurates seasonal services to Salzburg

WOW air launches seasonal services from Reykjavik to Salzburg.

Cologne/Bonn welcomes six new airlines including Ryanair and Norwegian; germanwings now serving 67 destinations

Cologne/Bonn welcomes six new airlines including Ryanair and Norwegian; germanwings now serving 67 destinations

Germany’s Cologne/Bonn airport is still dominated by Lufthansa’s LCC germanwings but it has attracted six new airlines this summer including Norwegian and Ryanair. Which country markets have gained (and lost) ground in recent years and which destinations have been added (and dropped) since last summer?

WOW air adds Basel and Zurich to its Icelandic route network

WOW air adds Basel and Zurich to its Icelandic route network

WOW air starts two new routes to Switzerland. Basel will be served weekly and Zurich twice-weekly during peak summer period.