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WOW air’s former CEO wants to resurrect the airline

Skúli Mogensen, the former CEO of WOW air, hopes to resurrect the airline only one week after he announced its bankruptcy. In order to...

WOW air: the end

This morning, WOW air decided to postpone all flights while the struggling airline was looking to finalise an equity raise. But around 10:00 (UTC...

WOW Air continues to operate, but is looking for additional funds to keep afloat

WOW Air is urgently looking for additional funds to keep flying, after cancelling negotiations with Indigo Partners and the refusal of Icelandair group.  Last night,...

WOW Air’s future might be clear today but … aircraft grounded and many flight cancellations

An important day today for WOW Air as a majority of WOW air Bond Holders and other creditors of WOW air are in advance...

Indigo Partners cancel negotiations with WOW air, which re-starts discussions with Icelandair Group

The proposed investment of Indigo Partners LLC ("Indigo Partners") in WOW air has been cancelled by Indigo Partners. Therefore, all negotiations between WOW air...

WOW air links Iceland to Asia for the very first time, with new flights to Delhi

WOW air has expanded its network from Keflavik Airport by launching the Icelandic hub’s first non-stop flight to Asia, with the airline offering services...

Despite its financial troubles, WOW air gets the CAPA low-cost airline of the year award

WOW air has been named Low-Cost Airline Of The Year. This was announced during the CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit 2018 in Berlin. WOW...

Indigo Partners, which has significant shares in a number of low-cost airlines, invests in WOW air

Indigo Partners and WOW air have agreed have agreed in principle for Indigo to invest in WOW, on the same day that Icelandair Group...

Icelandair Group’s acquisition of WOW air cancelled, as expected

As predicted by Aviation24.be, the acquisition of WOW air by the Icelandair Group, based on a purchase agreement signed on November 5th, has been...

WOW air downsizes its fleet by four aircraft over financial woes

WOW air is downsizing its fleet by two Airbus A320 aircraft (serials 4270 and 4305) and two Airbus A330 aircraft (serials 1624 and 1607)...

The takeover of WOW air by Icelandair may be delayed or cancelled altogether

The Icelandair Group announced its intent to buy out WOW Air earlier this month, subject to approval by Icelandair shareholders and the Icelandic Competition Authority....

Icelandair Group to acquire low-cost airline WOW Air

Icelandair Group has entered into a share purchase agreement to purchase all shares in the airline WOW air. The acquisition is subject to, approval by...

WOW air adds Vancouver to network

WOW air introduces flights to Vancouver from 6 June 2019. Exactly in time for the summer holidays. The airline with a home base in...

WOW air to start thrice-weekly flights to Orlando, Florida, from December to April

WOW air will fly to Orlando, Florida. The Icelandic low-cost airline offers three flights per week from December 18 to the Fun Capital of...

Keflavik Airport adds three new connections to one big destination: WOW, Icelandair and American to Dallas/Fort Worth

As Keflavik Airport continues to intensify its solid route network, the coming weeks will see the Icelandic gateway not only add a new destination...

WOW air’s first Airbus A330neo rolls out of paint shop

Iceland-based airline continues fleet modernisation WOW air's first A330neo aircraft has rolled out of the paint shop in Toulouse. The low-fare airline based in Iceland...

Assembly of WOW air’s first Airbus A330neo in last phase

The low-cost airline is expanding its fleet with increasingly efficient aircraft The fleet of WOW air will soon be expanded with a new A330neo: the...

WOW Air launches traditional WOW beer

The best breweries in the world come together at Icelandic Beer Festival During the Annual Icelandic Beer Festival, held from February 22-24, artisanal breweries from...

The longest single-aisle commercial flight must be this WOW Air flight: 8 hours and 40 minutes!

On 23 January 2018, Icelandic long-haul low-cost airline WOW Air used an Airbus A321neo (TF-SKY) for a flight from Reykjavik to Los Angeles instead...

The funny and different way of registration names at WOW air

WOW air, the Icelandic low-cost airline, flies one of the youngest aircraft in the world with an average age of 2.9 years. On their...