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| Toronto to London via Keflavik. WOW air sells tickets under the guise of lowest cost carrier around. It is not true. To begin with, I paid $600 CA for a ticket to London. Not a bad price. But, then only a small carry on is allowed, no regular size carry on. Luggage is extra and it is charged per leg. So, if you are heading from Canada westerly, it means 2 legs, one stop in Iceland and then on to London. That's about $80 if you decide to bring a small roller luggage. Then, when you reserve your seat, closer to departure, there is a charge (varied) for all seats, depending on where you want to sit. Again, per leg. So, that added up to another $60, for the cheapest seats possible. They will not even provide you with a drink of water on their flights. A water bottle is $5. Dehydration on board, is a health issue, for an airline not to be aware of this is unbelievable. I don't know what they charge for food since I didn't buy any. There is no entertainment on board, which was fine for me. However, you can rent an iPad for $30 or so, again per leg. I doubt anybody rents one. Why would they if they are flying on a cheap flight? There is always a stop in Iceland, and their airport is small and not setup for many international flights coming in. They bus you to the terminal. The doors from outside open directly into the terminal. The end result, buy your ticket with Air Canada or British Airways. Just watch the prices, you can get direct fights at same price point. Oh, and by the way, you have to do everything on line. Book your seats, print your tickets, boarding passes, etc. Ok, if you are setup for but, some people may not have ready access to printers, and it's always dangerous to rely on the eticket. I was never able to access WiFi in the Iceland terminal. Oh, and they overbooked the flight and requested people to accept another flight. Long and short, I'm never flying with them again, not even to go to Iceland.