Frontier Airlines faces $474,000 penalty by FAA for lacking certain medical supplies

The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing a $474,000 civil penalty against Frontier Airlines Inc., alleging the Denver company operated aircraft without required medical supplies on hundreds of flights. In June and July 2017, Frontier workers installed emergency medical kits that lacked injectable epinephrine or atropine or both on 11 aircraft. The FAA alleges that even after Frontier became aware that the kits were defective, the company continued operating the airplanes. Jessica Seaman/Denver Post Bobbi Sheldon/NBC9

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