Powerful Congressman Wants To Keep Low Cost Flying Out Of The U.S. Let U.S. Airlines Charge More

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  1. Wait. Don’t show genitals at work? I have seen PG rated movies with nudity (non sexual).

  2. When Norwegian folded, US citizens lost their money. They never received refunds. This is the danger with these fly be night carriers. Your title is mildly misleading. I would postulate the bigger issue is allowing the man in charge of Norwegian to run another airline. He stole investor and customer money.

  3. Classic Progressive politics, they are toxic beyond belief and manager to weaponize and destroy everything.

  4. (Hadley V Baxendale) it’s not always so simple. Deregulation of the Airlines (1978) was pushed by Ted Kennedy in congress and signed by Jimmy Carter. This allowed Airlines to charge what they wanted and not to have to fly certain routes. Sounds like a whole lot more to the story than we are getting here with a semi click bait headline.

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