Federal regulators have imposed $5.4 million in civil penalties against Boeing for violating terms of a $12 million settlement in 2015, and the aircraft maker has agreed to pay another $1.21 million to settle two current enforcement cases.
The Federal Aviation Administration said Thursday that Boeing managers failed to put adequate priority on living up to the earlier settlement and complying with FAA regulations.
Under terms of the previous settlement, Boeing can’t appeal the new penalty, the FAA said.
This is merely the latest brush with regulators for Chicago-based Boeing. In January, the company agreed to pay $2.5 billion to avoid prosecution by the U.S. Justice Department for defrauding
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