DALLAS (WKOW) -- American Airlines says it's reviewing the latest charges from the Federal Aviation Administration concerning alleged maintenance problems.
The FAA is proposing nearly $800,000 in fines against American for three incidents.
In the most serious case, the regulators say American operated a plane without replacing a central air data computer. The FAA says the plane flew 10 flights with a broken computer.
American has 30 days to respond.
The proposed fine is the latest in a series of penalties American faces for maintenance violations.
An airline spokesman says American is "very proud" of its safety record.
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