Norwegian CEO Bjorn Kjos is a former fighter pilot, lawyer and he’s written a thriller novel, perfectly qualifying him for the seemingly never-ending regulatory battle his company has tackled to operate services between Ireland and the US. More than two years after Norwegian’s Irish subsidiary Norwegian Air International (NAI) applied to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) for a US foreign carrier permit, DOT finally gave tentative approval in April. But the waiting ...

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