Low-cost, long-haul carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle has applied to Brazil’s civil aviation authority ANAC for permission to fly to and from the country, as it continues its plans to expand into new markets. The carrier is now awaiting approval from ANAC, a process that typically takes 90-120 days, a Norwegian spokesman said. “As an ambitious airline with a large aircraft order, we have made no secret of our plans to expand to other parts of South America,” the ...

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