Airline CEO: Feds taking harder line on fines

10/23/2009 | Honolulu Advertiser, The

The CEO of Hawaiian Airlines says federal regulators are taking a tougher stance on fines, even as companies struggle with huge losses. Mark Dunkerley says regulators in the past routinely reduced fines after airlines took remedial actions to correct problems, but "we're just seeing less of that now." Hawaiian was recently slapped with a $50,000 fine for failing to disclose that a flight was being operated by another carrier.

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