FAA Proposes $892.5K Safety Fine Against Air Methods

The FAA has proposed a $892,500 civil penalty against Air Methods Corp. of Englewood, Colorado, for allegedly operating an Airbus EC-135 helicopter on passenger-carrying flights when it was not airworthy. During a 2014 inspection in Tampa, Florida, an FAA inspector discovered the aircraft’s pitot...

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