Gulfstream International to Respond to FAA Fine

Fort Lauderdale commuter airline says alleged flight scheduling and aircraft maintenance problems were 'isolated instances.'


FORT LAUDERDALE, FL -- Officers of Fort Lauderdale-based Gulfstream International Airlines are preparing their response to a $1.3 million fine by federal overseers, who claim the company improperly scheduled flight crews and violated other aviation rules.

The regional air carrier, operating flights within Florida and to the Bahamas, was hit with the fine last month by the Federal Aviation Administration.

The FAA investigation into Gulfstream's records began last summer, after a fired pilot complained about flight scheduling and aircraft maintenance.

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