FAA has proposed a $266,375 civil penalty against Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air for allegedly violating drug and alcohol testing regulations. FAA alleges Allegiant “failed to include in its random drug and alcohol testing pools 25 employees that it hired or transferred into safety sensitive positions. Eleven of these employees performed safety-sensitive duties on multiple occasions when they were not in the random pools,” according to an FAA statement. The FAA said it also ...

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