US FAA proposed a $1.55 million civil penalty against FedEx "for allegedly failing to revise its Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program in accordance with FAA regulations," the agency stated yesterday. The cargo operator allegedly failed to ensure that it "used approved standards, inspections and time limitations for 14 cargo Unit Load Devices used on the company's airplanes beginning in early 2008," the agency said. "The civil penalty addresses 124 ...

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