The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has given tentative permission for Norwegian Air International (NAI) to serve the US, more than two years after NAI applied for a foreign air carrier permit. The announcement April 15 by DOT that NAI “appears to meet DOT’s normal standards for award of a permit and … there is no legal basis to deny NAI’s application” is a huge coup for the Dublin-based NAI, an Irish-flag subsidiary of Norwegian Air Shuttle.  In ...

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