Norwegian may shelve Irish carrier plans, 787 orders if no DOT approval soon

Norwegian Air Shuttle has warned it may shelve plans for its Irish-based international subsidiary Norwegian Air International (NAI) and postpone orders for 20 Boeing 787s if US approval for planned transatlantic operations is not granted soon. In a letter to Irish Transport Minister Leo Varadkar...

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