The now-defunct budget airline WOW got Iceland hooked on tourism. The island nation's economy was reshaped by the tourism boom, and WOW's bankruptcy is changing things again. Iceland is hot. It's one the
In celebration of International Women‘s Day on Friday 8 March, Wow Air is inviting people in the US to nominate the special women in their lives. By doing so, the women nominated may be selected to win
With Thomas Cook going out of business, stranding hundreds of thousands of travellers across the world, and cancelling the holidays of many more, how can you make sure you and your holiday aren’t next?
When an airline goes under, it doesn’t just inconvenience travelers. It can also put a major dent in a country's economy. The collapse of a travel company or airline doesn’t just affect the travelers abroad.
Thomas Cook, a British travel company that's been around for more than 100 years, met with shareholders on Sunday in the company's fight to avoid bankruptcy. Thomas Cook confirmed Friday that it is seeking
Wow Air’s new owner wants to ‘make flying fun again.’ But is the rebooted airline ready to take off?
It’s no easy task, getting an out-of-business airline back in the air. But the chairwoman of the rebooted Wow Air insists the low-cost brand’s famous purple planes will be flying between the United States
It was less than half a year ago when Wow Air, Iceland's favorite purple planes, were grounded by bankruptcy, leaving a lot of unlucky passengers stranded. Now the budget carrier has a new owner and it's