US FAA is proposing a $354,500 civil penalty against Phoenix-based US Airways (US) for allegedly operating a Boeing 757 on 916 flights when it was not in compliance with federal aviation regulations. The FAA alleges US removed and replaced a leaking engine fuel pump on the aircraft Aug. 3, 2010, and failed to carry out FAA-required tests and inspections before returning the aircraft to revenue service. The alleged-noncompliant flights took place between Aug. 3 and Dec. 3, 2010. A US ...

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