Low-cost, long-haul carrier Norwegian has seen no movement in its stalemate with the US Department of Transportation (DOT) over a license for its proposed transatlantic flights. It now expects the matter to be settled in the courts, Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos said Nov. 30. Attempts by Norwegian’s Ireland-based long-haul subsidiary, Norwegian Air International, to start flights to the US have been delayed in DOT for months, in the face of opposition from unions and US ...

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