London to JFK from £99 ew (selected flights, via Iceland) - Travel: Apr. - May '18 at WOW air
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London to JFK from £99 ew (selected flights, via Iceland) - Travel: Apr. - May '18 at WOW air

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Found 8th Nov
Travel: Apr. - May '18

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Seems like a good price but I think Norwegian are not much more and you will cut the flight time down by several hours.

Obviously if your on a very tight budget then go for it.

looking exciting

Original Poster

Also flights to Baltimore for £13032391478-1UZ6l.jpg

jaylovesit1 m ago

Also flights to Baltimore for £130[Image]


Yo, omar walking yo

Detroit route starts in April also.32391634-j4UZd.jpg

£99 flights have no check in luggage and NO carry on bag allowed. I mean no check in luggage is a concept a lot of airlines use. But this is a new low in cost cutting. Whats next.. no coats with big pockets?

The cheapest price includes a 'personal item' ( ) while wow plus includes a personal item, hand luggage and '
Standard legroom in front/Standard legroom in back'.

Does that mean the basic price doesnt include 'standard legroom in front/Standard legroom in back' and is therefore standing?

Wowair prices are a con, how many ppl will be flying with no hand luggage?

Unbelievably, no seat either on the cheapest option (or that's what 'what's included' would imply). So the "cheapest" flight (with luggage and seat) is £166. Still very reasonable. So add that to the basket. Find a cheaper return flight (most flights back to Stanstead a few days later are more expensive) and stick that in the basket. Then find WOW have added £160 in airport fees and taxes and a £15 booking fee. So what was a bargain is actually expensive considering you have to spend 2 hours layover (not enough time to leave the airport and visit the town and get back) and have 11 hours journey time.

I dislike this sort of expectation building from companies. Polishing and turd springs to mind.
Edited by: "pffffft" 8th Nov

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pffffft6 m ago

Unbelievably, no seat either on the cheapest option (or that's what …Unbelievably, no seat either on the cheapest option (or that's what 'what's included' would imply). So the "cheapest" flight (with luggage and seat) is £166. Still very reasonable. So add that to the basket. Find a cheaper return flight (most flights back to Stanstead a few days later are more expensive) and stick that in the basket. Then find WOW have added £160 in airport fees and taxes and a £15 booking fee. So what was a bargain is actually expensive considering you have to spend 2 hours layover (not enough time to leave the airport and visit the town and get back) and have 11 hours journey time.I dislike this sort of expectation building from companies. Polishing and turd springs to mind.


Where you getting £160 airport fees? £60 for me. Is everything okay, you seem stressed?

I have a friend who flew with WOW recently and the only food they could offer on her 9 hour flight was a pot noodle. So if you're flying with them probably best to remember to bring food.

As others have said Norwegain far better

Rather fly club world with BA
Edited by: "unhappybunny" 8th Nov

Bad deal dressed up to be something else cold.

rqmusicfan18 h, 5 m ago

I have a friend who flew with WOW recently and the only food they could …I have a friend who flew with WOW recently and the only food they could offer on her 9 hour flight was a pot noodle. So if you're flying with them probably best to remember to bring food.



To be fair, I'd probably prefer the Pot Noodle to any of the food I've had crossing the Atlantic recently on BA, AA, Virgin or Air New Zealand!

I do draw the line at no hand luggage though. It's one thing saying we can manage with a couple of changes of clothes and using hotel toiletries, but unless it's a very long, miserable day trip, I can't really see who this fare is targeted at.

panddda5 h, 44 m ago

To be fair, I'd probably prefer the Pot Noodle to any of the food I've … To be fair, I'd probably prefer the Pot Noodle to any of the food I've had crossing the Atlantic recently on BA, AA, Virgin or Air New Zealand!



If it makes any difference it wasn't an actual pot noodle it was "yum yum" noodles which are those really cheap packet noodles that make a pot noodle seem premium lol

I suppose you could wear 4x pairs of each clothing item. I wonder if the airline would prevent you from taking a hat box for a religious hat ( I flew to JFK with Brussels airways and there was alot of Orthodox Jewish people that had big hat boxes aswell as hand luggage).
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