Many players in opposing camps in the industry have been dismayed by the blatant inactivity of the Transportation Department under President Barack Obama. It took the department essentially three years to issue a foreign air carrier permit for Norwegian Air International (NAI), a procedure that should have been routine. And the administration took almost as long to define a position on the alleged subsidies for Gulf carriers and potential policy responses. But during the last few weeks, the ...

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