WOW air Confirms Bristol Route Will Continue
Created: 18th Jan 2017
Airline to relaunch service with brand new aircraft in June
WOW air, the ultra-low-cost transatlantic airline from Iceland, has announced that it will continue its service from Bristol to Iceland and beyond to the US and Canada in June due to the ongoing success of the route.
Though the route was originally planned to cease operations on 24 March 2017, the airline will recommence flights on 14 June 2017 with five new aircraft that will be put into service on the route.
Skúli Mogensen, founder and CEO of WOW air says, “We’re very happy to announce that we will be continuing to bring super low airfare to those in South West England and Wales this summer. We look forward to working closely with Bristol Airport to drive future expansion, as it continues to raise its international profile.”
Fares from Bristol to Iceland will start from just £37.99*, while Bristol to North American & Canadian destinations will be just £139.99 and long-haul fares to California from just £149.99* - all available to book now.
The new schedule from 14 June to 27 October 2017 will be as follows:
WW831 BRS – KEF 10:25 – 13:30 UTC Wed – Fri – Sun
WW830 KEF – BRS 06:15 – 09:15 UTC Wed – Fri – Sun
For further information, or to book flights visit www.wowair.co.uk
*Based on lowest one way fare including taxes and charges booked on www.wowair.co.uk. Restrictions and booking/baggage fees may apply.