The route will launch December 5, 2018, giving business and leisure travelers affordable and easy access to the heart of India.
"While the Wow basic introductory fare will be priced at Rs 13,499 with taxes, the "Wow premium" fares at the other end will be priced from Rs 46,599 onwards including taxes", the airline's founder and chief executive officer Skuli Mogensen said.
Meanwhile those in the United States can fly from Newark, Boston, Baltimore, Chicago O'Hare, Pittsburgh, Detroit, San Francisco, Los Angeles and St. Louis.
The airline's founder and CEO, Skúli Mogensen, commented: "I am thrilled to broaden WOW air's offerings and bring low fare global flight service to India. We are targetting the smart traveller", Mogensen said.
Wow Air, which plans to fly its new Airbus A330neo aircraft to Delhi, will have to compete with Middle Eastern carriers such as Emirates and Etihad Airways that now dominate passenger traffic from India to the West. Based on lowest one-way WOW Basic fare booked on www.wowair.us. Includes all taxes, fees and carrier charges. Seats must be purchased for travel between January 10 and March 31.
The flights to Reykjavik, Iceland, which begin at 10:55 Thursday night, mark the return of service to Europe from Lambert.
WOW air offers the lowest fares, a modern fleet with the lowest emissions and the biggest smile; this is the WOW air promise to its valuable customers.
The carrier already operates a route to Newark Liberty International Airport as well as Chicago, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Boston, Montreal, Washington D.C. and Californian destinations Los Angeles, San Francisco and Miami from London.
Established in November 2011 by Icelandic entrepreneur Skúli Mogensen, the purple airline flies with Airbus A320, Airbus A321 and Airbus A330 models. WOW air boasts one of the world's youngest fleets, with an average aircraft age of just 2.5 years.
Iceland, he asserted, was an ideal hub for North America-bound flights from India because of its location on the direct flight path, resulting in a shorter distance, reduced fuel burn, less engine usage and lower fares.