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Business Aviation Brief: FAA Proposes $160,000 Fine On Drug Testing Violations
December 09, 2014
FAA is proposing a $160,000 civil penalty against aviation spare parts, support services and inventory products provider Parker Aerospace of Irvine, California. The agency alleges the facility violated drug and alcohol testing regulations, hiring two people for safety-sensitive positions before...
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