FAA wants to fine Southwest $328,550 for maintenance violations
from The Dallas Morning News
The Federal Aviation Administration announced it has proposed $328,550 in penalties against Southwest Airlines covering two 2013 instances in which the FAA said the Dallas carrier violated federal aviation regulations. The first case involved an airplane that lost cabin pressure during a flight. The FAA alleged that Southwest mechanics failed to do a mandatory inspection for damage and to make sure depleted oxygen bottles were replaced.
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