FAA Seeks To Fine Frontier For Flying With Partial Medical Kits

The FAA has proposed a $474,000 civil penalty against Denver-based Frontier Airlines, alleging the carrier operated hundreds of flights without required medical supplies. The agency says Frontier employees installed emergency medical kits on 11 aircraft lacking either injectable epinephrine...

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