FAA proposes $1.3 million fine against regional carrier

05/22/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The · Air Transport World

As regulators focus on safety at regional airlines following the fatal crash of a Colgan Air flight in February, the FAA is proposing a $1.3 million fine against Gulfstream International Airlines due to alleged maintenance issues and "improper scheduling of flight crew duty time." Gulfstream has 30 days to respond to the proposed fine, and CFO Robert Brown said the company will submit evidence proving that no violations occurred.

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