LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration has cited Allegiant Air for a series of minor procedural infractions discovered during a three-month audit.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the Las Vegas airline will not face penalties or enforcement action for the citation and will have until Sept. 30 to resolve the issues.
During the audit, Allegiant Air crew members were seen not consistently following procedures, ramp personnel did not correctly complete forms and passengers were seen with carry-on bags that were too large.
Allegiant issued a summary of the findings on Thursday, saying it has already begun working toward issues cited in the FAA’s report.
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