The FAA is seeking a civil penalty of $153,000 alleging that Colgan Air (9L) operated 17 flights without giving pilots or flight attendants the required minimum amount of rest. The US regional carrier is seeking to have the fines reduced or eliminated. The FAA alleges that between June 14, 2008 and Feb. 23, 2009, 9L “scheduled flight duty time for two captains, two first officers and six flight attendants on a seventh day after they had been on duty for the previous six ...

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