FAA proposes $2.75 million quality control fine on Boeing

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday said it was proposing a $2.75 million fine for Boeing’s commercial airplane division for failing to take prompt action to fix a problem with fasteners discovered in 2008 on its model 777 airplanes.

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