The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has dismissed Norwegian UK’s request for an exemption to fly to the US while DOT reviews the Norwegian Air Shuttle subsidiary’s application for a permanent foreign air carrier permit. The review of London Gatwick-based Norwegian UK is separate from DOT’s review of Norwegian Air International (NAI), the Dublin-based Norwegian Air Shuttle subsidiary seeking a foreign air carrier permit to operate to the US, though DOT acknowledges ...

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