New Delhi [India], Nov 22 (ANI): WOW air, the low-cost Icelandic transatlantic carrier, is all set to offer the gift of a lifetime this wedding season.
The airline is announcing wedding sweepstakes, where people will be given the opportunity to sign up for a chance to give one happy couple the honeymoon of a lifetime in Iceland, and at the same time win flight tickets for themselves.
The contest open to all persons over the age of 18, will include travel to Iceland and stay in one of Iceland’s most luxurious suites, at Fosshotel, for five nights. The couple will also win a trip with Reykjavik Helicopters to a glacier, a whale watching tour and get to take a dip in the world famous Blue Lagoon.
On top of all that, WOW air will provide the happy couple with a USD 1000 in spending money. The person who nominated the happy couple will also receive two roundtrip tickets to Iceland or any of WOW airs North American destinations.
To avail this exclusive trip, people need to sign themselves or their favourite couple at http://www.wowair.in/honeymoon. The contest will begin from November 20th and will go on till December 11th and the winners will be announced by WOW air over its social media accounts on December 14th.
“Indian wedding season is round the corner, we are very happy to announce this honeymoon of a lifetime for our Indian travellers. The response we have received from the Indian consumers is remarkable. With our first flight round the corner, this contest will definitely give a boost to our presence in the Indian market,” said Chief Executive Officer and Founder of WOW air, SkúliMogensen.
The airlines is serving the number of destinations from New Delhi including Iceland, Chicago, New York, Detroit, Baltimore, Boston, Toronto, Montreal, Los Angeles, and Orlando with the fares starting from Rs 13,499 and passengers can book their travel on www.wowair.in.
WOW air commences service from Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi (DEL) on December 7th, 2018 with three weekly flights connecting passengers to North America and Europe over their hub in Reykjavik, Iceland (KEF).