FAA Proposes $1.1 Million Fine Related To Fuselage Crack Inspections

The FAA is proposing a $1.1 million fine for Aviation Technical Services for making improper fatigue crack-related repairs on 44 of Southwest’s Boeing 737-300s, but says the alleged violations are not related to the fuselage rupture on a Southwest 737-300 in April. The FAA alleges that Everett, Wash...

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