WOW Air Will ‘pause’ Its Service to Miami
WOW Air will “delay” its Miami plan this spring, a move that could be the main falter for the Icelandic spending transporter in its very quick U.S. development.
WOW’s administration amongst Miami and its center point close to Iceland’s capital of Reykjavik will end April 7, precisely a year after the flights initially propelled. WOW affirmed the move, yet recommended Miami could be reestablished later on as a regular goal.
“We are persistently assessing what our clients need and modifying the courses, as required,” Svana Fridriksdottir, VP of Communications for WOW Air, said in an announcement gave to USA’s Today in the Sky blog. “Administration from Miami will be delayed beginning in April, with the likelihood of turning into a regular course later on.”
WOW began flying to Miami in April 2017. At the time, Miami became the sixth U.S. destination for WOW, which only began flying to the United States in 2015. Since then, WOW has announced eight more U.S. destinations – a dramatic expansion that boosted its presence at 14 airports here. The growth even pushed WOW into the U.S. interior, including to destinations such as St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Cincinnati.
WOW Air, one of another type of European spending aircrafts known for absolute bottom airfares, has become famous in the U.S. with standard deals that drop one-route admissions to Iceland and Europe to as low as $99 or less. Be that as it may, the bearer charges expenses for almost everything past loading onto the plane; propel situate assignments and sustenance and drinks cost additional. So do portable packs that must be stowed in overhead canisters.
WOW’s other U.S. markets in include: Baltimore/Washington (BWI), Boston, Chicago O’Hare, Detroit, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, New York JFK, Newark, San Francisco. In Canada, WOW flies from Montreal and Toronto.
Now, Miami will become the first U.S. city to which WOW has suspended service. With that, WOW Air’s U.S. footprint will shrink to 13 U.S. cities, though the company has given no indication that its North American growth is ending.