Etihad Airways has released a report that it commissioned that says the three biggest US carriers—American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines—have received benefits worth $71.48 billion over the past 15 years. The report includes money that went to US airlines with which the three carriers have merged and the majority of the funds are related to restructuring under US Chapter 11. The report, researched and compiled by international consultancy The Risk Advisory Group ...

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