Norwegian Air International (NAI) is using another airline’s foreign air carrier permit application to press its own case for Transportation Dept. (DOT) approval of its application to fly to the U.S. French start-up Dreamjet applied for DOT approval for its proposed all-business-class service between Paris and Newark last month. The airline, started by former L’Avion executive Frantz Yvelin and former Jet Airways COO Peter Luethi, has a French air operator certificate (AOC) and ...

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