Low fares to Europe must be purchased as part of a roundtrip.
Continuing cash crises force the struggling airline to drop four more North American cities.
With cash short and fleet shrinking, WOW's future looks bleak at best unless new investors can save it.
Iceland's upstart discounter flies into financial troubles and an aborted merger with Icelandair, but new financing appears in the works.
Perhaps easing pressure on both, Iceland's two discount airlines will continue as separate operations but with one ownership.
If you've always had a yen to see nature's most spectacular light show, the Northern Lights, or if you prefer, Aurora Borealis, now's the time, according to experts cited by The Telegraph (UK). Dr. Nathan Case of AuroraWatch UK told the paper that “The months surrounding the equinoxes are generally good for aurora hunting. As we head into winter, the evenings start to stretch out, giving us more chance to see them. A space weather phenomenon called the 'Russell-McPherson' effect also means...
Dropping service in some Midwest cities, Icelandic discount airline WOW insists it still plans to be a big player in U.S. markets.
An error in counting methods has led Iceland to overestimate the speed at which tourism has been growing.
Reykjavik in twilight, with a picturesque church and its reflection.
Powered by abundant geo-thermal energy, Iceland has found a way to grow market produce year-round.
American becomes the last of the U.S. Big 3 to add service to Reykjavik, as discounters add more U.S. to Iceland routes as well.
In this small fishing town in Iceland an exciting development in road safety has just popped up. A new pedestrian crossing has been painted in 3D to produce an Optical Illusion.
Iceland's WOW Air expands its U.S. schedule with flights from JFK and a low promo fare.
Iceland's two airlines go head-to-head on U.S. cities and U.S. carriers add service
Icelandic carriers continue to expand their U.S. footprint, including 4 new cities for discounter WOW, and Cleveland's first direct-to-Europe in years.