US FAA said Friday it is proposing a $380,000 civil penalty against Frontier Airlines "for operating several aircraft on approximately 900 flights when they were not in compliance with federal aviation regulations." According to the agency, the carrier reconfigured passenger cabins on some of its A318s and A319s in 2008 and 2009 "to permit dual-aisle access to the overwing emergency exits. However, the airline did not replace the existing placards with placards showing the new configuration, ...

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