US FAA yesterday said it proposed a $1.3 million civil penalty against Gulfstream International Airlines, alleging "improper scheduling of flight crew duty time" and installing unapproved air conditioner compressors on its fleet of 27 1900D turboprops. In a statement, the agency said that "a review of [the Florida-based regional airline's] electronic record-keeping system for tracking crew duty and rest time revealed that Gulfstream International did not accurately input the proper data from ...

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