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Being an IOSA certified airline indeed means you have reached a certain level of safety (good level), but not being certified does NOT necessarily mean you have not reached that level. For a small airlines like WOW, being IOSA certified is nothing but a waste of money. Why? because passing IOSA costs a lot of money (around $60,000 for the audit ...


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Airline safety is generally primarily enforced by the Government of the country/region where the airline is based. As WOW Air is based in Iceland, they would fall under the regulations of the Icelandic Civil Aviation Administration. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) provides guidelines on what countries should enforce as a part of a ...


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Last summer I was in Thailand for 3 weeks with my family. I'm 18, my family members are little brother, 12 and parents, 50+. We only bought the flights and hotel. However, from a friend's recommendation, we found a marvelous local guide. She didn't even ask for payments for the city tours, and she was happy to arrange trips to great sightseeings. Pretty ...



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