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Norwegian civil aviation authority plans met with opposition.

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The Norwegian civil aviation authority has spent NOK5.2m on employing 20 new persons for its Bodo office.

There should have been 74 new staff members being trained in Bodo, but only 20 have been hired, according to the Norwegian newspaper Verdens Gang. The staff members have been employed after announcements, interviews and consultations with experts, the newspaper said.

There are plans to move the civil aviation authority from the Norwegian capital Oslo to Bodo, but the plans have been met with internal opposition and 35 people have resigned.

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Title Annotation:civil aviation authority
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Geographic Code:4EXNO
Date:Jan 12, 2005
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