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Disney World is a bucket list adventure that many of us want to tick off. However, due to the high cost of the transatlantic flight, it is but a dream for most of us.

Well, it was until WOW Air stepped up!  If you're free to fly between January and March 2019, you'll be able to avail of their really cheap flights to Orlando.

The airline announced today that they will operate flights to Orlando, Florida from Dublin, via Reykjavik, beginning this December. 


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The new route will operate three times a week from 18 December to the end of April, and passengers can now fly from Dublin to Orlando, with a short layover in Reykjavik, Iceland.

And to celebrate, they are offering flights for just €129.99 on select dates. 

"We are delighted to offer our Irish passengers a new and exciting North American destination. The addition of Orlando to our flight network reflects our commitment to continually improve our offering for our Irish passengers," Svanhvít Fridriksdóttir, Director of Communications at WOW Air, said.

"With the high number of theme and water parks in the city, Orlando is known as one of the best destinations in the world for family holidays.


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"However, what people may not know is that Orlando has a range of great options for those travelling solo, as couples or in groups. There are more than a 150 golf courses, innovative ecotourism adventures, world class shopping and nightlife, and a range of culture and art to discover.

"Orlando’s beautiful weather means that the odds are good for Irish people looking to escape the winter gloom to experience the sun, fun, glamour and adventure that Orlando offers.

"To celebrate this great addition to our range of options, we will offer flights from Dublin to Orlando for the price of €129.99 on select dates from January to March of 2019."

Orlando is best known as the home of several world-famous theme parks including Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld Orlando.

The city also offers shopping options that encapsulate everything from factory outlets and malls to bespoke boutiques and downtown stores, as well as a range of museums, theatres and cultural attractions.

Orlando enjoys great weather year-round with average December highs of 23 degrees Celsius.

WOW air added flights to Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St Louis and Dallas earlier in 2018 and now flies to fifteen North American destinations from Dublin.



Fancy a trip to New York on the cheap? Or maybe a little jaunt around Washington is more your scene. 

WOW air, Iceland’s low-cost airline, has today announced it is giving its Irish passengers 40% off return flights from Dublin to Iceland and its North American destinations.

The offer is available for booking from today until midnight on Monday, 27 August, so you better act fast. 

Snap up your discount using the promo code WOWSALE for flights until December 25th 2018.

New York, Boston, Washington DC, Toronto, Montréal, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Pittsburgh and Chicago are now officially 40% more financially accessible.

With summer coming to an end, and the longer evenings looming, we are delighted to be able to offer our Irish passengers even cheaper fares to North America and Iceland'  Svanhvít Fridriksdóttir, Director of Communications at WOW air, said.

'There’s no better way to beat the winter blues than by visiting your favourite city or ticking a new destination off the bucket list.'



Calling all wanderlusters!

WOW Air have just announced that they are offering potential travellers a whopping 30% off all of their flights. 

The big sale is in honour of the airline's sixth birthday. 


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The offer is available for booking from today, Thursday 31 May 2018, until Monday 4 June.

All you have to do is include the code WOWBDAY when looking up your flights. 

Whether it's New York, Toronto, LA or Iceland you're after, it's going to be more affordable than ever. 


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'We are delighted to be able to celebrate our birthday with our Irish passengers by offering them more affordable travel to Iceland and beyond,' said Svanhvít Fridriksdóttir, Director of Communications at WOW air.

'It’s our mission to continue to offer Irish travellers the lowest fares for transatlantic travel. Over the last three years our network from Ireland has gone from strength to strength and this is our way to say thanks to our Irish customers.”



Get out the credit card, because there's an unmissable flight sale happening right now. 

WOW air is offering Irish passengers €99.99 flights, via Reykjavik, to New York, Boston, San Francisco, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Washington DC.

If the USA doesn't take your fancy, the budget airline is also offering flights to Canada for the same price. 


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Canadian destinations include Toronto and Montréal for a limited time only.

The sale is happening RIGHT NOW and will continue until all of the low-cost seats have been sold. 

Flights must be booked between January 17 and April 24 2018.


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'WOW air’s January sale will give Irish passengers the chance to visit some of North America’s most popular destinations in comfort and a low price,' CEO and Founder of WOW air Skúli Mogensen said. 

Excuse us a moment, we have flights to book. 


If Coachella has been on the bucket list for years now or you simply need an injection of Vitamin D (and frankly, who doesn't?), let us direct your attention towards an airline which will get you Stateside for next to nothing this April.

The good folk at WOW Air have announced fares from Dublin to LA for as little as €155.99 in April, and this offer is available from today, people!

Coachella is continuing to grow in popularity among Irish festival goers and Wow Air are keen to cater to the masses, with Svanhvít Fridriksdóttir, Director of Communications at WOW air, confirming the motivation behind the incredible offer.

“With more and more Irish travelling to LA in April for the famous Coachella festival, we are delighted to be able to make travel to the city more affordable and accessible than ever by offering passengers low-cost fares," she said.

With Beyoncé, Eminem and The Weekend all set to take to the stage at the now iconic music festival, something tells us our current account is about to take a slight hit.

Ladies, it's go-time.



Pack your camera and your walking shoes, because one of America's most iconic cities has just became a heck of a lot more accessible. 

WOW Air has just opened up a new flight route from Dublin to JFK Airport in The Big Apple, via the Icelandic capital Reykjavik.,

The new route will be in operation from April 26, but the best part about this news has got to be the price. 


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One-way flights to NYC are going for as low as €129.99.

Flights will be scheduled seven days a week, so you can pick and choose when you want to jet off to the big city. 

The airline already flies into New York Newark, and it will increase the number of weekly flights to 13 from May 29 2018 on this route.


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'Since launching our Newark route last year, we’ve seen increasing demand from our Irish passengers looking for more ways to travel to the East Coast,' Skúli Mogensen, founder and CEO of WOW air, said.

'Our new route to JFK does just that.'

'JFK joins our growing network of North American destinations and will give Irish passengers a new, convenient way to explore the sights and sounds of the Big Apple at an affordable cost.'

We'll be putting these on the debit card, thanks very much. 



We've all fanaticized about heading off to Canada for the trip of a lifetime, but those international flights can be seriously pricey. 

WOW Air are here to help.

The budget Icelandic airline have announced flights from Ireland to Canada for a measly €150 each way to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday. 


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All flights have stopovers in Reykjavik, and the final destinations include Toronto and Montreal.

'Canada’s 150th birthday celebration falls on 1 July, Canada Day, which marks the enactment of the Constitution Act of 1867 which united the three separate colonies of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick,' said WOW in a statement.

'Ireland ranks 11th in the world for Canadian work permits and 27th for residency permits.'


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So if you've been planning on moving abroad or just heading over to see family, now would be the time to book.

The offer is valid is valid from today on various flights from Cork and Dublin airports. 



If you're currently contemplating a much-need holiday, then you're going to be hella pleased with WOW air's latest announcement.

For anyone hoping to hop Stateside this summer, the Icelandic airline have today announced that they can facilitate that particular desire for almost next to nothing.

As of July 13, you will be able to head to the Windy City from Dublin or Cork, via Reykjavik, for as little as €139 one way, including taxes and charges.

Running four times a week, the route will give you the opportunity to check out one of the USA’s most iconic cities.


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"We are very pleased to be flying WOW air passengers from Dublin and Cork to the Windy City" said CEO of WOW air following the airline's annoncement.

“The addition of Chicago to WOW air’s growing list of destinations is part of our ongoing strategy to deliver even greater flexibility and convenience to our passengers, with more connections to North America via our Reykjavik hub.”

So, if you've yet to book your holiday this year, it might be time to check out the good folk at WOW air.

Form an orderly queue, ladies.

Oh, and while we have you; don't forget to have your say in the inaugural SHEmazing Awards this May! It's time to vote, and you can do it right here! 



A mini-break to San Francisco or a last-minute trip to Boston might sound totally out of the question given your post-Christmas bank balance, but with prices like these you might just be able to make it work.

WOW air have just launched brand new routes between Dublin and USA/Canada, with fares starting at €199 one way including taxes and charges.

The Icelandic airline operates all flights with a stopover in Reykjavik, their main transport hub, and it's the first low-cost airline to offer transatlantic routes out of Ireland.

WOW currently flies to Boston and Washington DC, and will offer regular flights to LA and San Francisco from June, plus Toronto and Montréal from May.

"This is a game changer for WOW air, and arguably the travel industry, making travel to the US and Iceland both easy and affordable from Ireland," said WOW's founder Skuli Mogensen of the new routes.

"We are thrilled to add Los Angeles and San Francisco to our fast growing network."

As well as the North American destinations, WOW also flies from Dublin to Reykjavik for €95 one way, which is handy if you're planning a trip to Airwaves festival in the Icelandic capital this year.

Right, we're off to empty our bank balance of our last few hundred quid. See you in LA…