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Air France-KLM WoW Fares Go Even Wilder!

Air France-KLM WoW Fares Go Even Wilder!

Today, Air France-KLM celebrate the first anniversary of their ‘Wild on Wednesday’ (WoW!) fares with special deals to six amazing destinations worldwide – including, for the first time, an Air France Premium Economy deal! Travel agents have the chance to win RETURN ECONOMY CLASS TICKETS FOR TWO to the winner’s choice from the six destinations.

These six WoW! fares are ONLY available today, Wednesday 30th April, and tomorrow, Thursday 1st May 2014, so start booking your clients now!

WoW! Anniversary Destinations and Fares

Return published fares including taxes and charges from Dublin:

  • Bangkok (Economy) – €559*
  • Rio de Janeiro (Economy) – €569*
  • St Martin (Economy) – €599*
  • Dubai (Economy) – €359*
  • Nairobi (Economy) – €499*
  • Delhi (Air France Premium Economy) – €599*

How to Win Two Free Flights

  • Simply book one of the six WoW! deals on offer
  • Enter your booking details at
  • You are in with a chance to win 2 return Economy Class tickets to your choice from the above six destinations!
  • Be quick, the offers are valid for 2 days only – so start booking your clients early and book often!

For more information on Air France KLM’s WoW! offers:

Visit , your dedicated travel website

(NB: Please register with your IATA number if you have not already done so.)

* Fares including taxes and charges are approximate and can only be confirmed at time of ticketing. KLM offers are also valid for departures from Cork, but taxes and charges will differ slightly. Terms and conditions apply. Check your GDS to access all fare rules and conditions. All information is correct at 29th April 2014. Subject to changes at any time. Services from Dublin to Paris are operated by CityJet. Services from Dublin to Amsterdam and Cork to Amsterdam are operated by Aer Lingus.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 52 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 42 years.

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