FAA proposes $590,000 civil penalty against Alaska Airlines

The US FAA said it is proposing a $590,000 civil penalty against Seattle-based Alaska Airlines (AS) for allegedly operating a Boeing 737-400 on 2,107 flights without performing required maintenance after chafed wiring, resulting from an improperly installed hose clamp, caused a 2010 flight deck...

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