The FAA is proposing a civil penalty of $210,000 against Seattle-based Alaska Airlines (AS) for allegedly failing to properly document and tag deactivated systems and equipment before making repairs. In a statement, the FAA alleged that on 10 occasions between June 19, 2010, and Jan.13, 2011, AS performed maintenance on six of its Boeing 737 airplanes but failed to document the alternative actions it took and install the appropriate danger tag. “These requirements are safety ...

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