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The Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air has just launched a new campaign with cheap flight tickets for flights departing from Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin from 85 Euro Copenhagen from 588 DKK and  London from 73 GBP for one-way flight including taxes and fees.

Limited amount of tickets are available and the travel dates for London, Copenhagen and Berlin are between January and February 2013 and Paris and Amsterdam between 15 June to 31 August 2013.

For more information and booking the cheap flight tickets please visit www.wowair.com

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Photo: Juergen Lehle – (albspotter.eu) – CC-BY-SA-3.0

As reported about 1 month ago the Icelandic newcomer low-cost carrier WOW Air acquired the competitor Iceland Express. Over the past month WOW has absorbed all flights undertaken by Iceland Express and has now started promoting the new company and the whole network with a new campaign.

London from 74 GBP or Berlin from 96 Euro is among the prices found.
Prices are for one-way flights including taxes and fees and for flights departing 15th January to 15th March 2013.
The amount of tickets are of course limited and first come, first served is what applies.

For more information and booking please visit the site www.wowair.com

 

If you have wanted to visit the enchanting country of Iceland than the German low-cost carrier Air Berlin have some  interesting prices for their summer schedule.
Return flights from Hamburg to Reykjavik are on sale for 200 Euro in a limited amount and departure from Munich is also available for 220 Euro.
The flights depart from June to September 2013
If you rather depart from Austria then you can fly from Vienna for the price 270 Euro.
For more info and booking please visit www.airberlin.com

The Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW Air who started their operations as late as June this year has announced this morning that they have acquired the low-cost carrier and competitor Iceland Express.

One of the main reasons was that Iceland Express was a tough competitor to WOW as they were established already in 2002 and the discussions about a takeover started just a week ago.

It has been said that little or no disruption will be caused for Iceland Express ticket holders and WOW air will ensure that all obligations to Iceland Express customers are met. Over the coming days the company will contact the small number of passengers who can expect slight changes to their travel itinerary.

WOW air is taking control of all Iceland Express flight operations and all flights will soon be flying under the WOW air brand, which will continue to emphasise entertaining service, increased leg room and always offering the lowest cost air travel to and from Iceland.

The planned routes for the summer 2013 includes  London, Copenhagen, Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Milan, Zurich, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf, Berlin, Lyon, Alicante, Frankfurt, Vilnius and Warsaw. As well as most likely established routes to US.

Official statement is found on WOW Airs web page www.wowair.com

The low-cost carrier Iceland Express is currently selling out tickets to Iceland departing from Copenhagen or London from the low price of £90/DKK858.

The flight has to be taken from 1 November to 15 December and the prices are for one-way flights including taxes and fees. Limited seats available, first come, first served is the deal and Northern Lights are optional.

For more info and booking please visit their website www.icelandexpress.com

The low-cost carrier Iceland Express is currently selling out tickets to Iceland departing from Copenhagen or London from the low price of £90/DKK858.

The flight has to be taken from 1 November to 15 December and the prices are for one-way flights including taxes and fees. Limited seats available, first come, first served id the deal and Northern Lights are optional.

For more info and booking please visit their website www.icelandexpress.com

If you are one of those who have bought a flight ticket to Iceland with any of the available low-cost carriers then you might find this link useful. One of the biggest selling points for Iceland is the spectacular Aurora Borealis ( which is actually visible from all areas above the polar circle) with its dramatic coloring of the sky. Also commonly known as Northern Lights.

However it can also be very elusive and not always you are lucky to be able to see it due to weather and clouds.

The Icelandic meteorological office are currently giving Aurora reports on their webpage which can help you to plan when and where you could see it.

Check out their Aurora report on this link en.vedur.is