FAA Levies Largest Fine to Date, as Congressmen Push for End to Mask Mandates
Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – The Federal Aviation Administration levied its largest fines ever, nearly $160,000, against two women arrested as “unruly passengers” in 2021.
The proposed fines are just the latest in an estimated $2 million the agency has proposed since Jan. 1, 2022, as part of the FAA’s crack down on unruly passengers. In 2021, airlines reported more than 6,000 incidents of unruly passengers. As of April 4, airlines have ...
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