Ireland’s director general of civil aviation is the latest high-ranking official to throw his support behind Norwegian Air International’s (NAI) struggle to secure a foreign air carrier permit from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). In a strongly worded letter to the DOT, John Fearon, Ireland’s director general of civil aviation, refutes claims that NAI will not have the requisite safety oversight due to its domiciling in Ireland. The carrier, a subsidiary of ...


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