Sep012017

WOW $269rt SFO to London or Paris, $386 with seat and carryon bag

Closer examination of WOW Airlines sale fares shows San Francisco to London or Paris is $269 round trip on some dates Sep-Oct 2017. Amsterdam is as low as $300 round trip.

WOW Airlines San Francisco SFO – Paris CDG

$268.99 round trip Wed Sep 25 – Thu Oct 5

SFO-CDG $269 WOW Oct1-9

WOW Airlines San Francisco SFO – London LGW

$268.99 round trip  Fri Sep 22 – Sun Oct 1

SFO-LGW $269 Sep22-Oct1 WOW

Carryon bag is $40 each way and checked bag is $60 each way.

Cheap seat assignments in a 2-seat aircraft row section in the rear of the cabin are available for the SFO-Iceland segment for $10.99 each way. I flew in one of these back of the WOW aircraft seats this year and enjoyed it. 

WOW seats

Iceland to London or Paris seats are $6.99 or $7.99 each way for $36 to $38 total round trip for self-selected seat assignments. Flights I checked had plenty of aisle and window seats availability.

WOW Airlines San Francisco SFO – Paris CDG

$385.93 round trip Wed Sep 25 – Thu Oct 5

Includes one carryon bag and self-selected seat assignments.

SFO-CDG $386 Sep2-Oct5 Wow

Iceland Stopover

Iceland stopover tickets for London or Paris are as low as $396 round trip, but adding an Iceland stopover increases the cost of bag fees.

Carry on bag increases from $80 to $110 for Iceland stopover round trip ticket.

Checked bag increases from $120 to $170 for Iceland stopover round trip ticket.

WOW Airlines Iceland Stopover ticket $395.99 round trip

Sat Sep 23 San Francisco SFO – Keflavik, Iceland KEF (3 night Stopover)

Wed Sep 27 Keflavik KEF – London LGW (6 nights)

Tue Oct 3 London LGW – KEF, Iceland – San Francisco SFO

SFO-LGW $395 Iceland Stopover WOW Sep23-Oct3

Add $150 for one carryon bag and seats for $545 round trip to Iceland and London.

I flew WOW Air to Europe twice this year for $70 one way with only free personal item and no paid seats. Both trips went well without being stuck in a middle seat for the transatlantic flight to Iceland.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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