Wow air launches new UK to Orlando, Florida route

WOW air has today announced a new seasonal route from the UK to Orlando, Florida, starting in December 2018. One way fares start from £129.99.

WOW air aircraft

WowAir have announced their new seasonal route to Florida’s Orlando International Airport (MCO) from London Gatwick and Edinburgh with a stopover in Reykjavik.

The new route, the carrier’s 16th North American destination, starts on 18 December 2018 and will operate three times a week using the airline’s A321neo aircraft.

Skúli Mogensen, Founder and CEO of WOW air, said:

We’re thrilled to be adding Orlando to our ever-expanding route network and hope this will mean more budget-conscious travellers will soon be able to experience not only what the city of Orlando has to offer but also the wider Florida State. As our 16th destination in North America, this is an important marker of our continual mission to push the price point to fly across the Atlantic as low as possible.

As well as being a destination traditionally popular with British families seeking a getaway during the chilly winter months, we’re equally excited to welcome business travellers on board to experience our new WOW Premium offering. In addition to flying in comfort in one of our luxurious ‘Big Seats’, Premium passengers now get extra checked baggage, free food and drink on board, fast track security when departing or transiting in Iceland and the freedom to change bookings free of charge.

With flights departing from London Gatwick and Edinburgh, passengers will be able to connect with the Orlando service in Reykjavik, which will operate three times per week. The total flight time from KEF-MCO will be 8 hours 25 minutes. The approximate total journey time from London Gatwick and Edinburgh will be just short of 14 hours, including stopover.

One way fares from travel between January and March 2019 start from the introductory price £129.00 and are available to buy now from www.wowair.co.uk

Restrictions and booking/baggage fees may apply.

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