US FAA on Wednesday proposed a $330,000 civil penalty against American Airlines regional subsidiary American Eagle Airlines for operating an Embraer E-135 jet on 12 revenue passenger flights “when it was not in compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations.” The civil penalty is in addition to the $5.4 million in fines it earlier this year proposed against the carrier (ATWOnline, Feb. 18). The agency alleged that the airline’s mechanics “failed to note broken ...

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