WOW air, the Icelandic low-cost airline, said Tuesday that it would launch service from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport to New Delhi, the capital of India, on Dec. 5.
The move expands on international service from BWI — an airport dominated by domestic service led by Southwest Airline, which is working with the airport to expand terminal space to accommodate its growth.
Baltimore-Washington International set a record last year, its third in a row, with 26 million passengers.
The state also has undertaken an expansion of it international terminal, adding six new gates and other space.
The nearly seven-year-old WOW air plans a fare sale to start service to Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, with one-way tickets offered at $199 for travel between January and March 2019.