Bald Mountain Air ordered to pay $500,000 in whistleblower case. Exposing Misconduct.

Bald Mountain Air ordered to pay $500,000 in whistleblower case

October 18, 2018

An administrative law judge has ruled in favor of an Anchorage whistleblower who claims that Bald Mountain Air Service based in Homer fired him after he reported several safety issues to the Federal Aviation Administration. However, the airliner plans to appeal the ruling.

U.S. Department of Labor Administrative Law Judge Scott R. Morris issued the 72-page ruling on Oct. 10.

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