Bloomberg--The Federal Aviation Administration proposed a civil penalty of $689,800 against FedEx Corp. (FDX), saying the world’s largest cargo airline violated U.S. hazardous- materials regulations.

FedEx failed to provide pilots with complete and accurate information about hazardous materials on board their planes in 89 instances from June 13, 2009, to Sept. 4, 2009, the FAA said in a statement today. Between June 18, 2009, and Aug. 26, 2009, FedEx accepted four shipments of hazardous materials for air transportation that weren’t accurately described and certified in shipping documents, the agency said. 

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