FAA investigates four U.S. airlines for possible violations

04/3/2008 | ClipSyndicate · Seattle Times, The · Washington Post, The

The FAA is examining four U.S. airlines and may impose fees if the carriers are found to have violated federal aviation regulations. FAA officials say its industry audit has revealed that three airlines have missed deadlines for inspections, but it declined to name the airlines. Last month, the FAA imposed a record $10.2 million fine against Southwest Airlines after maintenance problems were uncovered.

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