Wow Air is set to begin flying to Tel Aviv from this autumn.
Starting September 12, passengers originating in the US will be able to fly to Tel Aviv via Reykjavik from Boston, New York Newark, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Chicago with one-way fares starting at US$149, and from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Miami for US$199 one-way, including taxes.
The route will be served by A321 aircraft, flying four times weekly between Reykjavik’s Keflavik airport and Tel Aviv Ben Gurion airport. Seat pitch on the A321 varies between 30-37 inches, with an additional charge for business class-style seats, which will be on board from June 1. The length of the layover at Reykjavik will be subject to change during the winter season.
The schedule is as follows:
WW698 Keflavik to Tel Aviv departs at 1815, arriving 0440 the following day on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
WW699 Tel Aviv to Keflavik departs at 0825 arriving 1330 on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
CEO of Wow Air Skúli Mogensen said:
“Visitors from all over the world continue to be attracted to the unique city of Tel Aviv and we are honored to have the opportunity to offer travel from the United States in a more efficient way with the best possible prices.”
The airline is set to launch its Chicago service from July 13.