For months, many lawmakers, stakeholders, and leaders within the labor and aviation community have been keeping a close eye on whether the U.S. Department of Transportation will approve or reject Norwegian Air International’s (NAI) “flag of convenience” business model. But in recent weeks, we’ve seen a new interested party that is now closely following the issue: the general public.
With more than 34,000 signatures from the general public, 150+ members of Congress from both sides of the aisle, and transportation leaders all urging U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx to DenyNAI, it’s clear that the U.S. jobs message is winning.
Please take a look at the latest stories from the past month exposing the truth behind NAI’s job-killing scheme.
- Don’t Skew The Marketplace Against U.S.-Based Airlines
- Transportation Labor Encourages U.S. & EU Delegations to Fully Enforce Critical Labor Protections
- Congress Wants to Keep Norwegian Airlines’ Cheap Flights Out of America
- VIDEO: The New “Flags of Convenience”
- Unanswered questions on Norwegian Air
- Why would Norwegian Air Int’l object to obeying the law?
If you have not done so already, here’s your chance to fight for U.S. jobs.
Sign the petition and urge U.S. Transportation Secretary Foxx to DenyNAI!