Dallas Airmotive, Inc. (Dallas Airmotive), a Texas-based provider of aircraft engine maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services, entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with respect to one count each of conspiracy to violate the FCPA and a substantive violation of the FCPA’s anti-bribery provisions, and agreed to pay a $14 million criminal penalty. See Deferred Prosecution Agreement, United States v. Dallas Airmotive, Inc., No. 14-CR-483 (N.D. Tex. Dec. 10, 2014) (not filed with court). According to the statement of facts, from 2008 to 2012, Dallas Airmotive funneled payments to foreign officials in Argentina, Brazil, and Peru who could influence the award of MRO business through third-party agents and front companies that were secretly associated with the officials. Dallas Airmotive also paid for a vacation for a Brazilian Air Force official and his wife. Dallas Airmotive is the third aircraft MRO company to resolve FCPA charges in the past three years. In 2012, BizJet International Sales and Support, Inc., paid a $11.8 million criminal fine, and its parent company, Lufthansa Technik AG, entered into a three-year deferred prosecution agreement with DOJ. Several former BizJet employees also were charged with or pleaded guilty to FCPA violations. Also in 2012, Nordam Group Inc. paid a $2 million criminal fine to resolve allegations that it bribed Chinese officials in exchange for government MRO business.