The FAA is proposing two civil penalties totaling $987,500 against Delta Air Lines (DL) for allegedly operating an Airbus A320 and a Boeing 737-800 on flights when they were not in compliance with federal aviation regulations. According to an FAA statement, it is proposing a civil penalty of $300,000 against DL for allegedly operating an Airbus A320 on 884 flights between May 25, 2010 and Jan. 3, 2011, after deferring repair of a broken cockpit floodlight socket at the first ...

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