FAA Proposes $1.25M Fine For Boeing Alleging Violations

Boeing's 787 final assembly facility in North Charleston, South Carolina.
Credit: Boeing
WASHINGTON—Boeing managers “exerted undue pressure” and interfered with FAA-designated employees at its South Carolina manufacturing facility for the 787 airliner, the FAA said in announcing $1.25 million in proposed fines on Aug. 5. In response, Boeing said that “undue pressure of any type is...

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