US FAA proposed a $298,500 civil penalty against Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCIA) for allegedly operating eight Boeing 727-200 freighters in 2008 and 2009 "when the aircraft were not in compliance with federal aviation regulations," the agency stated. CCIA is an Orlando, Fla.-based ACMI operator that offers airport-to-airport cargo services aboard a fleet of 13 727-200Fs and two 757-200Fs. FAA alleged that CCIA "permitted an unqualified mechanic to perform ...

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