Is St. Louis ready to be ‘wowed’? You bet we are! WOW air just announced St. Louis is among four Midwest cities getting air service, making our area a hub city again for international flights.
WOW air is a low-fare, long-haul airline based in Iceland. Starting May 2018, purple colored airplanes will be coming and going to Lambert Airport and bringing along a low-cost way to travel to Europe.
The affordability of flights is a key attraction. Prices vary depending on the departure date, destination and whether it includes a return trip. Travelers will enjoy the flexibility of being charged only for the extras they want to use.
The airline was founded in 2011 and serves destinations across Europe, North America, and Asia. The company’s name and signature color on its fleet are intended to make the airline stand out. They also strive to create better communication through their free mobile app and create a fun and casual environment for travelers.
Travelers can also choose to take advantage of a WOW Stopover when you book your flight and enjoy a stay in Iceland, a trending travel destination. The #wowstopper option gives you the chance to break up long-haul journeys across the Atlantic and is available on return flights between North America and Europe in either direction.
Tickets are already available for early-spring direct departures from St. Louis. Contact a Brentwood Travel consultant to learn how to get the best air fares and be prepared to be WOWED!
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