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Hiring crew members where they are based is good for Norwegian and its employees. It increases efficiency and ensures crew members are protected by the full range of labor and employment laws of their home base country.

T o attract and retain qualified crew, NAI offers fully competitive wages in the markets in which it will operate. NAI had over 5,000 applicants for 300 flight attendant positions in the U.S. in 2014 alone.

Norwegian is in the process of hiring hundreds of crewmembers in the U.S. These U.S.-based employees will be protected by the same federal and state employment laws and regulations that apply to crews flying for U.S. airlines.

Globally, the majority of Norwegian’s crew members participate in unions under the collective bargaining laws of their respective countries.

Norwegian is also currently recruiting U.S. based pilots for its JFK base.

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