US FAA proposed a $1.05 million civil penalty against Boeing "for allegedly failing to correct a known problem in production and installation of the central passenger oxygen system in" 777s. The agency said it based the proposed fine "on inspections of nine newly assembled aircraft between April and October 2010. Inspectors discovered that spacers in the oxygen delivery system distribution tubing on the aircraft were not installed correctly. Improper installation could ...

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