Headed by former execs of the failed WOW, a new carrier wants to follow the same low-cost model with a new name.
With new owners, a plan for the purple-plane Icelandic carrier to fly again, even as France's second-biggest airline collapses.
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So far the name is We Are Back, but if it really takes off, it will have a new name and some of the same people.
Flybe has a new lease on life, but financial troubles still follow WOW even after its bankruptcy and shutdown.
Schedule problems stemming from the 737 MAX crisis are leading Icelandair to go back to turboprops for some routes.
A sharp drop in Iceland's tourism numbers is starting to seriously worry the industry and government officials.
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With perhaps more optimism than is called for, the founder of failed discount airline WOW hopes to return to the air by June.
The end was sudden but predictable for one of the splashiest ultra-discount carriers.
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.