The US House of Representatives has this week adopted an amendment that could potentially de-rail Norwegian Air International’s (NAI) bid to launch services between London Gatwick Airport and the US in July. The amendment, proposed by Congressmen Peter DeFazio and Lynn Westmoreland, would prohibit the US Department of Transportation (DOT) from using funds included in the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Act to approve a new foreign air carrier permit ...

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