TORONTO – WOW air, Iceland’s solely low-fare airline, will quickly join Canadians to the hustling and bustling of vibrant Delhi on the lowest worth in the marketplace with a brand new path to India lifting off December 6, 2018.
“We’re very excited to rely New Delhi amongst our listing of rising locations outdoors of Europe,” mentioned Skuli Mogensen, CEO and founding father of WOW air. “This addition expands on WOW air’s promise to attach extra travellers to as many various and thrilling cities on the best-possible costs.”
Delhi is the Indian metropolis that features New Delhi, the capital metropolis of India. The town, itself, has a inhabitants of 21.75 million folks – that is 65 occasions the inhabitants of the whole nation of Iceland! New Delhi is a dynamic and thrilling place; being residence to the Rashtrapati Bhavan (or Presidential Residence, if you happen to aren’t fluent in one of many 22 official Indian languages), it is recognized for its official and splendid presence, whereas additionally boasting the full of life wonders of the streets.
Delhi, a preferred journey vacation spot place, supplies guests with magical sights, sounds, smells and tastes of its infinite bazaars, in addition to a number of the world’s distinguished heritage websites. These embody The Purple Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate and the Qutub Minar. Only a 200 km road-trip away is the majestic Taj Mahal, one of many Seven Wonders of the World.
India is a rustic wealthy in tradition. Nearly each ten kilometres there’s totally different folks, languages, methods of life and meals. The variability in Delhi, alone, is infinite and at such a low worth, there is no motive why travellers cannot go to greater than as soon as.
Not solely will the brand new route let Canadians discover India at a never-before-seen reasonably priced worth, they’ll nonetheless get to bask in a stopover in Reykjavik and all of the geothermal swimming pools and black sand seashores that include it, and, experiences two reverse ends of the spectrum in a single journey.