a $348,000 civil penalty against Chautauqua Airlines for "allegedly operating some of its regional jets without performing inspections required by five different FAA airworthiness directives," the agency said yesterday. It said investigations "found that problems with Chautauqua's management of its maintenance program and its system for tracking the status of airworthiness directives led to the alleged violations." It alleged that among other violations, "eight ...

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