Even as the U.S. airline industry makes record profits, some of which reach pilots as profit-sharing and higher wages, union leaders representing pilots remain nervous about their members’ future. This was apparent on April 15, after the U.S. Transportation Department ruled that Norwegian Air International, an Irish subsidiary of the Norway-based carrier, could receive a foreign operating permit. The decision paves the way for Norwegian to access Europe’s open skies agreement ...

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