FAA Proposes $2.4M Fine Over Cessna Wing Failure
Cessna neglected to follow an FAA-approved quality control protocol when it made the damaged wings and 82 additional parts in its Chihuahua, Mexico, plant, the agency said.
“Safety is our highest priority,” U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said in a statement Thursday. “We want to ensure that manufacturers are vigilant when it comes to aviation...
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