The FAA has proposed a $474,000 civil penalty against Denver, Colorado-based Frontier Airlines, alleging the company operated hundreds of flights without required medical supplies. The agency alleges Frontier employees installed emergency medical kits on 11 airplanes lacking either injectable epinephrine, atropine or both. The FAA alleges the airline was made aware on July 10, 2017, that its aircraft contained defective emergency medical kits. The next day on July 11, Frontier applied for ...

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