Norwegian’s British subsidiary, Norwegian UK (NUK), is batting aside claims by its critics that it needs to supply more information to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) in order to obtain a foreign air carrier permit....More
Low-cost carrier (LCC) Norwegian UK has applied to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) for exemption authority and a foreign air carrier permit (FACP) to allow services between Europe and the US, several media outlets have reported....More
As we welcome in a new year, I thought I would give a personalized recap on some of the most significant moments in the global air transport industry through 2015; and give a few thoughts on what to watch for in 2016....More
Canada and Australia are doubling the number of seats airlines can fly per week between the two countries under an expanded air transport agreement, effective immediately, the Canadian government has said....More
POLL QUESTION: Norwegian International Airlines has announced new transatlantic services it plans to begin in May. US DOT has been reluctant to grant US-European service permits to the airline. What should happen next?