Low-cost carrier Norwegian has begun flights between the US and Caribbean as it seeks to expand its US interests despite the continued delays in granting it permission to operate transatlantic services with its Ireland-based long-haul subsidiary. An application for Norwegian Air International to operate across the Atlantic has been stalled in the US Department of Transportation (DOT) for nearly two years following strong opposition from US carriers and trade unions. However, Norwegian can ...

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