Rejected: Norwegian Air Shuttle Bid for Flights Between Europe and the United States — But…

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    Anthony Foxx — who is the Secretary of Transportation of the United States — earlier this week issued a temporary setback to Norwegian Air Shuttle by rejecting the request for the carrier to immediately operate flights to the United States as Norwegian Air International while the airline awaits a permanent decision by the federal government on its application. Back in October of 2013, an announcement from Norwegian Air Shuttle proclaimed that the airline would launch service between Gatwick Airport south of London and three destinations located in the United States — New York, Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale — as of July of 2014 using Boeing 787 “Dreamliner” aircraft for as little as $150.00 each way. Existing flights to the United States... The post Rejected: Norwegian Air Shuttle Bid for Flights Between Europe and the United States — But… appeared first on The Gate.

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