Editorial: Short takes on lame airline excuses and lamer explanations for racism - STLtoday.com
The cut-rate Icelandic airline came to St. Louis amid much fanfare and attention, offering cheap fares on nonstop flights to Reykjavik. We were happy because the flights put the international back into St. Louis Lambert International Airport. But Wow ...
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WOW Air to End Direct Flights From St. Louis to Iceland in January https://t.co/DDGsBSu7Qe
WOW Air CEO: Strategy shift behind exit from three cities in US Midwest - CBS 8 San Diego
Flights from those cities launched this past May but will end this month in Cincinnati and Cleveland and in January in St. Louis. A fourth city announced during WOW's recent Midwest push - Detroit - will remain a destination for WOW. So will Chicago O ...
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WOW Air retrenching? Service to three Midwest cities axed https://t.co/L2DOqPD4OU
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As Icelandair expands service at @KCIAirport, competitor drops international service in St. Louis.… https://t.co/zYWRA3eerD
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Previously, the longest direct flights were St. Louis, Denver and Seattle. Now it’s London! (Apr-Oct) https://t.co/UfNbWjnwQ0
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Two other US airports get dumped by Wow Air the same week it says it's leaving St. Louis - STLtoday.com
It appears that Wow Air, the Icelandic budget airline that called St. Louis a ";disappointment"; when confirming it will end service here, is about to dump two other U.S. airports. ... Lambert officials countered that St. Louis had strongly supported the ...
Q&A: WOW Air CEO discusses U.S. flight changes, plans for India - USA TODAY
In an interview with Today in the Sky, WOW Air CEO discusses new India flights, the three dropped U.S. cities, and plans to add a new North American city.
Twitter: From user 'Nick Dunkeyson'
@NFLaXthepond I do agree people don't get villified enough for air travel - internal flights are a MAJOR bugbear of… https://t.co/QfWBk9Y2kq