US FAA yesterday proposed $2.48 million in civil penalties against Trans States Holdings subsidiaries Trans States Airlines and GoJet Airlines "for violation of various maintenance procedures and operating nine jets on 320 revenue passenger flights when the aircraft were not in compliance with federal aviation regulations." The alleged violations involve seven GoJet CRJs and two Trans States ERJ-145s. "The FAA alleges Trans States and GoJet operated aircraft when maintenance ...

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