Icelandic airline WOW, which flies from Ireland to the US via Iceland, is to offer discounted business class fares to Iceland with the launch of WOW Biz on transatlantic routes and short-haul routes.
In line with US carriers such as United, American and Delta, it will also have an entry-level Basic economy fare, in addition to traditional economy.
The new business class offering, available in Airbus A330s on long-haul and selected short-haul flights, will have larger seats with a foot rest and priority boarding , available from June 1.
The airline flies three Airbus A320 aircraft across Europe, while three Airbus A330 aircraft and four Airbus A321 aircraft service its transatlantic routes.
Skúli Mogensen, founder and CEO of WOW air, said: “We have worked hard to lower the prices of airfare to Iceland and across the Atlantic to give more people the opportunity to travel. Now we intend on lowering the prices for business by providing many of the same services for a much better price.”
WOW air provides the only direct Ireland-Iceland air route, via Dublin and Cork to Reykjavik and onwards to the US.
The fares in full to Iceland:
WOW Basic, from DUBLIN €48,99*/ CORK €54.96*
Includes: flight ticket, a small personal item (for example, a small backpack, purse, laptop bag; maximum size: 42x32x25 cm)
WOW Plus, from DUBLIN €99,37* / CORK €105.34*
Includes: flight ticket, small personal item, a 12kg carry-on luggage (56x45x25 cm), a 20kg check-in luggage and cancellation protection
WOW Biz, from DUBLIN €160,87*/ CORK 166.84*
Includes: flight ticket, a small personal item, a 12kg carry-on luggage, a 20kg check-in luggage, biggest available seat, priority boarding, inflight meal, cancellation protection.
Prices are correct at the time of writing, but must be booked before February 12 using the promo code WOWSALE.
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