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U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Press Releases Update

Title: U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Press Releases Update

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For Immediate Release
August 6, 2010
Contact: Kathleen Bergen; Elizabeth Cory; Lynn Lunsford; Arlene Salac/Jim Peters
Phone: (404) 305-5100; (847) 294-7849/-7427; (817) 222-4455; (718) 553-3015

FAA Proposes Hazmat Civil Penalties Against 12 Companies

ATLANTA — The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is proposing civil penalties ranging from $54,000 to $97,500 against 12 companies for alleged violations of Department of Transportation Hazardous Materials Regulations. The cases filed by the FAA’s Southern Region include:

In all instances, the companies allegedly offered the hazardous material for transportation (or, in the cases of UPS and Federal Express, accepted it) when it was not packaged, marked, classed, described, labeled or in condition for shipment as required by regulations.

Companies have 30 days from receipt of the FAA’s notice of proposed civil penalty to respond to the agency.


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