Wow reveals new California flights

Routes are to Los Angeles and San Francisco
Low-cost Icelandic carrier Wow Air is to start flying to two airports in California. It says that prices for one-way tickets from London to Los Angeles and San Francisco via Reykjavik will start from £139 (€186).
The Los Angeles route will operate four times a week starting on June 15 while San Francisco will join the network on June 9 offering five weekly flights.
“The addition of Los Angeles and San Francisco to our rapidly expanding network is a game changer for Wow air as we cement ourselves as the industry leader in the ultra-low-cost long haul category,” said Skuli Mogensen, founder and chief executive.
“We always aim to be the cheapest flight provider on the routes we fly to and with the £139 fare between the UK and California we have accomplished this once again.”
Wow launched flights to Boston and Washington DC early last year and will fly to Montreal and Toronto from May.
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