US FAA on Friday proposed a $4.9 million civil penalty against Evergreen International Airlines for "allegedly using pilots on 232 revenue flights who had not been trained in accordance with an FAA-approved training program." The Oregon-based cargo carrier operated the improper flights between Feb. 19 and July 9, 2009 "on aircraft equipped with a new flight management system that was different enough from the prior system that it required a specific training program ...

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