From June 1 to August 15, two winners will be relocated to the airline's home in Reykjavik where they will be given a "trendy" downtown apartment, a vehicle and a monthly salary to cover costs.
According to the airline's website, the Travel Guide is a 3-month long, paid summer job where you will move to Iceland and travel the world with a companion.
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The winners will be allowed to pick where they go, a representative for the airline told Business Insider, which could include places like Barcelona, Los Angeles, Stockholm, and NY. Oh, and the job pays $4,550 a month. Travel and living expenses will also be covered by the airline while the pair are visiting other destinations.
The victor pair would be needed to document their trips, making short videos and writing budget-friendly travel guides for the destinations they visit. In addition, the travel guide will get to bring a friend to accompany them on their summer journey.
As part of the package, you'll get a auto, an apartment in Reykjavik and €9,500 to travel over 3 months.
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Capture a short 2 minute (max) video of your hometown including a fun travel tip - the more creative and unique the better! The contest is open to candidates across the world.
The video should be submitted on travelguide.wowair.com before May 14, with the winners set to be announced just four days later. The lucky victor will be announced on May 18th and your travel mission will begin on June 1st and end on August 15th.
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