US FAA proposed a $350,000 civil penalty against Republic Airways Holdings subsidiary Lynx Aviation for allegedly operating a Q400 "when it was not in compliance with federal aviation regulations." The Frontier Airlines regional affiliate "failed to complete and document required inspections after company mechanics replaced an engine hydraulic pump on April 17, 2010," FAA alleged, noting that the company's general maintenance manual "mandates completion of a ...

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