Icelandic budget carrier Wow Air will add India to its network on December 5, operating five flights per week between Reykjavik and India.
However, this one-way fair under the "Wow basic" category includes all taxes but excludes meal and check in baggage, which will be charged separately.
Prices from London start from £149 one-way while flights from the U.S. will start from $199 one-way.
Wow Air, which would be flying an Airbus A330 Neo to India and operate five days a week, now serves 39 destinations across Europe and North America including London, Paris, New York, Toronto, Baltimore, San Francisco and Chicago.
The flights to Reykjavik, Iceland, which begin at 10:55 Thursday night, mark the return of service to Europe from Lambert.
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According to the low fare transatlantic airline, its India operations will commence from December 7, 2018 with five direct flights a week between New Delhi and Keflavik airport "subject to final completion of regulatory formalities".
WOW air was ranked as the 7th best low-priced airline in Europe at the 2013, 2014 and 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards and was the youngest airline in the top ten.
Earlier this year, WOWAir announced it was launching a new route from London Stansted to JFK International via Reykjavik, which began last month.
About 20,000 Indians travel to North America on a daily basis and they will have more choice of travel. Besides, 80 per cent of them travel with a stop over, he said.
When Wow unveiled plans to fly from St. Louis to Iceland, the airline offered special introductory fares on flights then as well.
Besides, the airline said that it will offer 4 fare options - WOW basic, WOW plus, WOW comfy and WOW premium. "Fares can absorb the rising crude oil prices unless it breaches the Dollars 100 mark", he told PTI.