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WOW air offering $69 flights to Iceland from Cincinnati this summer


Icelandic low-cost airline WOW air is offering $69 one-way fares from Cincinnati and 12 other cities to Iceland during the summer and the fall.

The first introduced $69 one-way fares in 2017 and is excited to bring them back in time for summer and fall vacation planning.

The discounted flights will be available from Baltimore/ Washington, D.C. (BWI), Chicago (ORD), Cleveland (CLE), Cincinnati (CVG), Detroit (DTW), New York (EWR & JFK), Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW), St. Louis (STL), Pittsburgh (PIT), Boston(BOS), San Francisco (SFO) and Los Angeles (LAX) to Iceland (KEF).

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Fares go on sale today and will be offered for flights May 1, 2018 to June 20 and Sept.1 to Oct. 27.

“We want to kick-off the summer travel season by giving our customers some of the lowest prices available,” said Skúli Mogensen, founder and CEO of WOW air. “Over the past year we have seen a continued growth and a strong demand for affordable transatlantic airfare. We are confident we can further build upon this success in the future.”

Launched in November 2011, WOW air now connects 39 destinations across the U.S. and Europe with the Icelandic capital. WOW air transported 2.8 million passengers in 2017, an increase of 69 percent on the previous year.

WOW air will start serving the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport next month.

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