Norwegian Air International (NAI) has delayed plans for new services from Cork Airport in the Irish Republic to Boston in the light of the continued delay by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) in granting a license for NAI flights. NAI’s plans are still in limbo, some two years after it applied for permission from the DOT to operate transatlantic routes. Objections have been raised by US carriers and trade unions, which argue that Norwegian has based NAI in Ireland to avoid ...

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