The FAA has proposed a civil penalty of $142,750 against Missouri-based GoJet Airlines—a wholly owned subsidiary of Trans States Holdings—for allegedly violating drug and alcohol testing regulations. “On Dec. 2, 2013, the FAA conducted an inspection of GoJet’s Antidrug and Alcohol Misuse Prevention Program. The FAA alleges that inspectors discovered GoJet allowed six employees to perform safety-sensitive jobs without being included in the company’s random drug and alcohol testing pool as required by federal regulations. The employees included four pilot trainees and two aircraft dispatcher trainees,” the FAA said in a statement. Additionally, the FAA alleges that two employees selected
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