The Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) is deploying member pilots to Capitol Hill to persuade lawmakers to deny Norwegian Air International (NAI) permission to fly to the U.S., arguing for what the union calls a “level playing field” to protect the U.S. airline industry. ALPA says NAI’s plan to operate from Ireland to the U.S. skirts Norway’s strict labor laws and creates a “flag of convenience” model that the union’s leader, Capt. Lee Moak, said ...
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