WOW Air: Fly Between Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Newark, Or Pittsburgh And Tel Aviv For $298 Round-Trip Or Between Miami, LA, Or San Francisco And Tel Aviv For $398 Round-Trip

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WOW Air has expanded their introductory $149 fares between the US and Israel so that they now work in either direction!

Limited seats are available on each date! Please post a comment if a date listed below sells out.

For example a flight from Newark to Tel Aviv from November 5-14 has a 140 minute connection in Reykjavik on the outbound flight and a 125 minute connection on the return flight. Connection times will vary by date, so be sure to check the details. You may be able to build a discounted multi-leg trip with a stopover in Reykjavik to tour the stunning country and try to view the Northern Lights.

Newark to Tel Aviv $149 dates:
November 5, 12, 26
December 3
January 14, 21, 28
February 4, 11, 18, 25
March 4, 11

Tel Aviv to Newark $149 dates:
October 23, 25, 26, 31
November 7, 14, 16, 18
December 2, 7
January 9, 13, 16, 20, 23
February 3, 10
March 10, 13, 17

Boston to Tel Aviv $149 dates:
October 31
November 7, 14, 28
December 5
January 16, 23, 30
February 6, 13, 20, 27
March 6,

Tel Aviv to Boston $149 dates:
September 14, 21, 23, 28
October 23, 25, 31
November 7, 9, 16
December 5, 7
January 25, 27, 30
February 3, 6, 8, 10
March 6, 8, 10, 13,

Pittsburgh to Tel Aviv $149 dates:
September 21
October 5

Tel Aviv to Pittsburgh $149 dates:
September 13, 27
October 2, 16

Baltimore to Tel Aviv $149 dates:
September 18
November 2, 9, 16, 30
December 7
January 18, 25
February 1, 8, 15, 22
March 1, 8

Tel Aviv to Baltimore $149 dates:
September 14, 20, 23
October 23, 25, 31
November 4, 7, 11, 30
December 2, 7
January 13, 16, 20, 27, 30
February 6
March 10, 17

Chicago to Tel Aviv $149 dates:
October 16, 23

Tel Aviv to Chicago $149 dates:
October 9, 25

Los Angeles to Tel Aviv $199 dates:
September 26
October 3

Tel Aviv to Los Angeles $199 dates:
September 25, 27
October 11

Miami to Tel Aviv $199 dates:
September 16, 23, 30
October 7, 14, 21

Tel Aviv to Miami $199 dates:
September 18
October 9, 23, 25

San Francisco to Tel Aviv $199 dates:
September 14, 21
October 5, 12, 19

Tel Aviv to San Francisco $199 dates:
September 20, 25
October 26

-For an extra $105 each way you can book a WOW Plus fare with a free carry-on bag, checked bag, priority boarding, and trip insurance.

-If you make a booking on WOW’s US site you can click to cancel it within 24 hours. You will then have to email within 24 hours of the booking with a copy of the cancellation confirmation to get a refund.

-WOW serves 10 North American cities: Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Montreal, Newark, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Toronto. You’ll be able to connect from those cities to Tel Aviv via Reykjavik.

They’re fashioned as a ULCC (Ultra low-cost carrier) like Spirit, but WOW. Note that in case of flight cancellations WOW Air likely will not rebook you on another airline, so you may have to wait several days to be reaccommodated.

They advertise cheap fares, but the extras add up quickly.

For a one-trip way between the US and Israel you’ll pay:
-$50 in advance/$70 at checkin for a carry-on bag (22 x 18 x 10 in up to 26 lbs). You’ll pay an additional $60 if it doesn’t fit in their bag sizer and you’ll have to check it under.
-$70 in advance/$80 at checkin for a checked bag (up to 62″ and up to 44 lbs). You’ll pay an additional $18.18 per pound over 44 pounds.
-Reserving a seat will set you back an additional $20-$100 depending on the seat.
-Water, soda, and snacks cost extra.
-There’s no Wi-Fi or entertainment onboard.

-1 personal item smaller than 17 x 13 x 10in is included for free. That means a bag like this one or like this one can be worth buying to have a free personal item.

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It should be noted that all the Miami to Tel Aviv $199 dates are on Shabbat afternoons.


Have a feeling WOW is going to be a real bust!

No thanks

So WOW is basically the Spirit Airlines of Iceland. It’s bad enough flying Spirit domestically with their terrible flight schedules and the fact you will be stranded for days if your flight is cancelled, but to travel internationally on that type of carrier? NO WAY.

Fraida Estrin

Pittsburgh to Tel Aviv $149 dates:
September 21–

Too bad that this is the 2nd day of Rosh Hashana….


Fraida estrin:
The first day of rosh hashanah


Is there anyone who has flown with wow that has something good to say about them? The reviews online are pretty scary! Would love to hear some good news about them before booking!


Are there any dates for June/July 2017?


@No thanks:

I was fortunate not to be cancelled on so i can’t speak with certainty, but my impressions from everyone i dealt with at WOW being exceedingly friendly, I feel like they would’ve been far more accommodating than Spirit or Ryanair

Not that they can necessarily help you in every circumstance, but i don’t feel like they would’ve taken a “stop bothering me unless you’re dying” approach that you would get from most ULCC’s

Also, I could think of worse places to be “stranded” for a few days than Iceland 🙂


I had a good experience w/ WOW to Iceland in march. MY reservation at getting tix (even at 5:30 am when I had sukkot tix in my basket for 600 each) is that if it is delayed or cancelled then you cant leave for days after (both because of schedule and the chag). Also, yeshiva break. Weather could cancel a flight and then you would be stuck and probably trip cancelled. THey have only one gate at EWR. I thought the flight was fine. No entertainment, no food. Bring your own. If the price is right, do it.

Moshe M.

They are pushing flights to Israel but are offering them on Jewish holydays. Doesn’t invoke much confidence. Rosh Hashana & Succos.
Extremely long flight with no food & entertainment. I did that on the horrible Transaero. Won’t do it again!


How many Barclays miles are needed for these flights? Thanks



Where are you seeing scary reviews?

I’ve flown them without issue and enjoyed the flight to the extent one can enjoy a coach seat with no provided on board entertainment.

The only noteworthy differences I experienced compared to longhaul coach on a legacy US or EU carrier is no redeemable miles and lack of inflight entertainment.

Do the math on how much those things are worth to you, add a few dollars because you’ll want to bring your own food on board (most of us do that anyways) and if after that their price is still competitive relative to a legacy carrier, I would have no hesitation in flying them

No to ULCCs

I will never fly with them but I’m happy that this will likely lower prices on the NYC-TLV route in general.


@el: It depends on the fare 1 Arrival Mile = $1 spent on airfare. (Minus the 5% rebate of course)


I flew with Wow on a shorter flight from Israel to Europe and it was fine. The usual lower-priced airline fare, a bit more cramped, less features. But worth the money saved.


you didnt fly with WOW from israel to europe


when you write they charge for water, is that bottled water or both bottle and tap


@tapwater: planes don’t have potable tap water.


Thanks Dan! Got $509.96 rt Nov29-Dec07 EWR TLVwith the carry on, check luggage, and xl insurance, and priority boarding. Well worth the extra $105 each way instead of buying a la carte for $120 just for carry on and luggage. I’m not paying for seat assign for just one adult. I will do just like I do on Frontier and wait until a few hours before flight and check in with wow app. By waiting I get good seats because all the cheap seats sell first and better ones go last. Let’s see. Maybe I’ll sell some Kosher salami on board and make some money too!!!


for the barclay miles: 1 arrival mile = $1? I’m not sure I understand, If i have 50k miles, I know I don’t get $50,000 to spend on airfare, can you convert the 50k miles to a normal dollar amount I could spend on WOW?


1 mile=1 cent. so 50000 miles will be 500$ on any travel purchase.


@yochai, thank you!

montri al

they also fly from montreal
are there any dates available for those prices from Montreal?


EWR – TLV earliest $149 is December. (All November seems sold out)


It seems all the TLV-EWR dates you list are unavailable.


They charge 60 per bag per person per flights. One bag and a carry on is a few hundred dollars. Plus they charge 89 to choose your seat. Two people round trip I was looking at close to $1950


11 hour stop over Tel Aviv to Newark


i have tried a few dates, and the return flight is about $300


Do they have an upgraded seat section?


how you got to $1950, carry on-bag is $50 each, check-in bag is $70, a seat is $89, so all add-on are are $418 for both ways, with the $298 is $716, AND NOT $975!!!!!
anyway the concept of low cost not to reserve a seat, and other airlines you also have to pay for additional bag, so really you can fly for $438, includes check-in one bag both ways


all tel aviv to newark is on shabbas

detroit guy

booked for $298 for school midwinter dates
thanks Dan


I paid a bit more for a one way plus baggage. I’m flying Newark to tov with a 19 hour stop over in Iceland, I’m flying on an American and Israeli passport do I need a visa to spend the day touring in Iceland?

And will a backpack be considered a personal item, it fits under the seat on domestic us flights.