Ten WOW things to do in Iceland – Svandís Nanna Pétursdóttir

Svandís Nanna Pétursdóttir is a 23 year old stewardess, born and raised in Reykjavik. She’s adventurous and loves all sorts of crazy things. During the winter she studies Tourism at the University of Iceland. Svandís Nanna loves travelling all around […]


Ten WOW things to do in Iceland – Davíð Arnar Sigurðsson

Davíð Arnar Sigurðsson is one of WOW air’s flight attendants this summer, but during the winter he studies Business Administration at the University of Iceland. He’s almost 22, lives in Hafnarfjörður but comes from a village in the Eastfjords called […]


What‘s on in Reykjavik?

One of the most interesting things on this week in Reykjavik is the release concert of Sin Fang‘s new album, Flowers. We here at the WOW air headquarters are listening to Young Boys on repeat! Sin Fang is the solo […]

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Don’t be green, be yellow: Visiting the sights of the Simpsons’ Icelandic adventure

You probably already know (unless you live in a cave) that Springfield’s most loved family, The Simpsons, recently took a trip to Iceland – well, Homer, Carl, Moe and Lenny did anyway – and it was full of the usual […]

Happy Birthday to us! A whole year of cheap flights to Iceland.

Today at the WOW air headquarters in Iceland, we are celebrating the one year anniversary of our first flight. We are proud of having been able to provide cheap flights to Iceland and for continuously adding new destinations. We now […]


Coffee Crazy Icelanders

Your holiday in Iceland is sure to include a lot of coffee and at least one café. You will soon find out that Icelanders are crazy about their coffee. They drink it all day, every day and it is an […]

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Charlie Sheen spends Easter in Iceland

The famous American actor Charlie Sheen has been relaxing in Iceland over Easter — including a relaxing dip in the Blue Lagoon spa. Charlie Sheen followed the footsteps of hundreds- of- thousands of other visitors to Iceland towards the Blue […]

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Iceland volcano alert. Things you should know (updated)

You may have heard that a heightened state of preparedness was declared last week at the Hekla volcano in South Iceland. If you are in Iceland, or plan to fly to or from the country in the near future, please […]


Iceland’s progressive heritage

The Icelandic language is the cornerstone of Icelandic culture, in large part due to a strong literary heritage. Icelanders still read the tenth-century Sagas in the original Old Norse, once spoken by all of the Nordic countries, but now only […]


Creative Iceland

For an isolated culture in the North Atlantic, creativity is important. Since Iceland was settled in the 9th century, writing and music have been an integral part of life in the country; and have in recent years reached a large […]

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