The assessment of a $3.3 million penalty last June by the FAA against a Michigan business aircraft operator for allegedly performing “hundreds” of bogus charters has sent a clear (albeit belated) message to the U.S. business and general aviation communities that if you engage in illegal charter flights — either intentionally or out of ignorance — the feds are watching and will track you down. Both the Transportation and Justice departments have endorsed the FAA ...

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