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FAA seeks $5.9 million penalty over 270 cargo flights

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Federal regulators are seeking a $5.9 million penalty against an Atlanta aviation company that they say operated illegal cargo flights that were “careless or reckless” and posed a safety risk. The Federal Aviation Administration said Wednesday that Humes McCoy Aviation lacked a commercial operating certificate and used pilots who had not passed required tests. The FAA said the company also didn't have approved programs for pilot training and handling hazardous materials. David M. McDonald,… (www.yahoo.com) More...

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Quirkyfrog
What could go wrong... Glad no one was hurt, or killed. Yikes.

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