One of Iceland’s top carriers, WOW Air, started to operate Reykjavik (KEF) to Dallas (DFW) route on Wednesday. WOW Air is using its biggest widebody plane, the Airbus A330-300, to operate this route.

Services depart Reykjavik at 17:40 and arrive at Dallas at 21:10 local time. The plane will spend a night at Dallas and will depart Dallas for Reykjavik the next day at 16:10 and arrive at Reykjavik at 04:45 (+1 day).

WOW Air currently has a fleet of three A320s, thirteen A321s, and three A330s with one A321 and two A330-900s still waiting to be delivered. Its A330s have 2 different configurations: TF-GAY is configured into 23 XL (Extra Legroom) seats and 319 Economy seats, while TF-WOW and TF-LUV are configured into 16 XXL seats (even more extra legroom than XL seats)m 14 big seats (Premium Economy) ,and 308 Economy Seats.

The Economy seats have a pitch of 31″ and a width of 17″; the XL seats have a pitch of 34″ and a width of 17″; the XXL seats have a pitch of 37″ and a width of 17″; and the “Big Seats” have a pitch of 37″ and a width of 17″. The difference between XXL seats and “Big Seats” is that XXL seats had 8 seats in a row, but “Big Seats” only have 7 seats in a row.

WOW will operate this route three times per week. Icelandair, the main carrier in Iceland, has plans to begin flying between Reykjavik and Dallas next Thursday.