Within the aviation industry, there exists a long and vigorous history of incumbents doing all in their power to suppress new and innovative competitors from entering the marketplace. One of the most durable examples is that of Southwest Airlines, which was opposed at every turn by its competitors through years of litigation, political pressure, and scare tactics directed at consumers and government regulators. Now history is repeating itself, as we at Norwegian Air International (NAI) are ...

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