FAA proposes $210,000 civil penalty against Alaska Airlines

The FAA is proposing a civil penalty of $210,000 against Seattle-based Alaska Airlines (AS) for allegedly failing to properly document and tag deactivated systems and equipment before making repairs. In a statement, the FAA alleged that on 10 occasions between June 19, 2010, and Jan.13, 2011, AS...

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