Wow Air regional flights are pretty good. It’s easier to handle them on shorter flights especially if you can sleep through it.
Wow Air Review KEF-DUB
On this particular flight, I didn’t select my seat because Wow Air charges for that. I did select my seat on the LAX-KEF flight, but no selection was made on the KEF-DUB since the flight was short. I didn’t look at my seat number until I got on the plane. I ended up being dead last in the corner next to the bathrooms. Those seats don’t recline FYI and it’s right next to the lavatory.
I laughed about it since this has happened a few times. The flight proceeded without any problems and I tried to sleep for most of the 3H flight.
The seats happened to be better than my 9-hour Los Angeles to Reykjavik flight! It had power and fans above the seat.
When we landed, most of the people were ready to go. I didn’t even move since I was last no matter what. Lucky enough, the plane deboarded through the front and the rear. Super lucky! Then it was a short walk from the tarmac to the Dublin Airport terminal.
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