For price conscious Indian travellers, worldwide air travel is becoming more affordable.
Today, WOW air announced it will launch a new route from the U.S.to Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) in Delhi, India via Iceland. The 3X-weekly Airbus A330neo route will launch in December, increasing to 5X-weekly from January 2019.
The airline says fares will start from as little as £149 one way including taxes, or from £499 one-way including taxes for premium.
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'We are passionate about continuing our mission of enabling everybody to fly by making worldwide travel accessible and affordable for all, and look forward to expanding our global service to provide travellers with the opportunity to see many parts of the globe, whether for business or pleasure'.
Delhi, a popular travel destination, provides visitors with magical sights, sounds, smells and tastes of its endless bazaars, as well as some of the world's prominent heritage sites.
The airline will offer a range of prices depending on the seating category.
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For more information and bookings, visit WOW's website.
The carrier already operates a route to Newark Liberty International Airport as well as Chicago, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Boston, Montreal, Washington D.C. and Californian destinations Los Angeles, San Francisco and Miami from London. The one-way fares only apply when accompanied by a return booking. Here's the skinny on this particular deal, so you don't rack up charges unknowingly. There are also fees for selecting a seat assignment, starting at $7.
"The airline will have five direct flights a week between New Delhi and Keflavik airport that will connect to multiple destinations in North America and Europe", Mr Mogensen told reporters in New Delhi, adding that in due course they will offer daily services and operate from other Indian destinations. The company has an average aircraft age of just 2 years. Internationally, in some countries, short haul budget airlines get access to separate airports with lower levies and taxes, that help them maintain the cost advantage, said Shah.
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