Low Fares

BREAKING | Icelandair Group leaves Wow air to fend for itself

Icelandair Group has walked away from its plan to take over home-based Wow air. In an unexpected announcement on November 29, 2018, the Group stated that the acquisition of the budget carrier, based on a purchase agreement that was signed just three weeks ago, has been cancelled....


Norwegian Air seizes unique airline opportunity in Argentina

Until recently, South America has been an expensive place to fly to. One country, however, has shaken up its airline industry, scrapping regulation on minimum domestic airfares and allowing low-cost travel around the country, and the continent overall, to skyrocket. That country is Argentina. And Norwegian Air is among the many LCCs joining the race, as it prepares to launch its newest subsidiary – Norwegian Air Argentina – in over a...


Frontier Airlines adds six new routes, 100th city to its network

Frontier Airlines announced on August 28, 2018, the 100th city in the low-fare carrier’s network and the addition of six new routes to its network....


British Airways to receive £4.5B investment

During the World Travel Market in London, the CEO of British Airways Alex Cruz announced the upcoming £4.5 billion investment to add new planes, refurbish the existing ones, and to increase availability of low fares in attempt to keep up with the increasing market pressures.  ...