Wow Air Will Fly You to India-For $199 Each Way

Iceland's low fare transatlantic carrier, WOW Air, to start Delhi direct service from Keflavik from Dec. 7, 2018

Iceland's low fare transatlantic carrier, WOW Air, to start Delhi direct service from Keflavik from Dec. 7, 2018

"The airline will have five direct flights a week between New Delhi and Keflavik airport that will connect to multiple destinations in North America and Europe", Mogensen told reporters here, adding that in due course they will offer daily services and operate from other Indian destinations.

A one-way ticket to Iceland, US, Canada and London in the economy category -WOW basic - will start from Rs 13,499, including taxes, while the business class fares on - WOW premium - will be priced from Rs 46,599 onwards including taxes.

Just days before starting its regular St. Louis-to-Iceland flights, Wow Air said Tuesday that travelers will be able to connect there to go on to Delhi, India, beginning December 5. He said that more the customer buy on the travel cart will be incentivised by a lower fare. New Delhi is a dynamic and exciting place; being home to the Rashtrapati Bhavan (or Presidential Residence, if you aren't fluent in one of the 22 official Indian languages), it's known for its official and luxurious presence, while also boasting the lively wonders of the streets.

Delhi, a popular travel destination, provides visitors with magical sights, sounds, smells and tastes of its endless bazaars, as well as some of the world's prominent heritage sites. Virtually every ten kilometres there's different people, languages, ways of life and food.

For more information and bookings, visit WOW's website.

WOW Air, which will be flying A-330 Neo to India, now serves 39 destinations across Europe and including Chicago, Toronto, London and Paris. As of spring 2018, the airline services 39 destinations across Europe and North America including Dublin, London, Paris, Berlin, and Copenhagen.

Meanwhile, the airline CEO said was optimistic about the success of the airline in India. By the end of 2018 the fleet will consist of 24 aircraft.

As with all ultra-low-cost airlines, WOW Air charges extra fees for amenities - some of which may be very important on a long-haul flight like this one.

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