WOW air Launches Low Cost Service Between LAX and Reykjavik, Iceland
WOW air, an ultra-low-cost transatlantic airline from Iceland, launched west coast service in Los Angeles. The airline offers four weekly flights to Reykjavik, Iceland for low fares. WOW air´s 23 European destinations including London, Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt, Dublin, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Stockholm. Los Angeles World Airports Chief Executive Officer Deborah Flint said, “We are honored WOW air chose LAX as part of its expansion into the U.S. market. Angelenos will benefit from having low-cost nonstop flights to Reykjavik — a new destination for LAX — and more options to the major cities of Europe.”
Swiss Celebrates First Boeing 777-300ER LAX –Zurich Flight
SWISS, the flag carrier of Switzerland, celebrated the inaugural flight of its newest flagship Boeing 777-300ER on its Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) – Zurich route. “We are excited that Swiss Airlines’ new “flagship” Boeing 777-300ER aircraft has now joined the LAX livery family, providing long haul service from Los Angeles to Zurich, Switzerland,” said Los Angeles World Airports Chief Executive Officer Deborah Flint. “The additional capacity and the airlines focus on customers’ air travel experience reflects our commitment to world class experience at LAX.” The totally-redesigned cabin interior of the new SWISS flagship offers comfort and aesthetics in all three seating classes.
XL Airways Launches at LAX with Nonstop Service to Paris
French leisure carrier XL Airways launched at LAX with nonstop service to Paris three times a week, operating at Terminal 2 with Airbus A330 aircraft. The new service to Paris will give passengers more opportunities to choose from during the busy summer season. All tickets include one piece of checked baggage, a hot meal and a snack. Passengers seeking a more exclusive experience can opt for Premium Galaxy class and enjoy comfortable reclining seats at the front of the aircraft, fine cuisine with premium wines, and personal entertainment on Samsung tablets.