Two groups opposed to Middle East Gulf carriers’ expansion in the US spent close to $10 million in 2015 on the cause, recent tax filings show. The Partnership for Open and Fair Skies, which represents Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, Chicago-based United Airlines, Dallas/Ft. Worth-based American Airlines, and a coalition of unions, spent $6.1 million in 2015. The group disclosed the sum in its Form 990 return, filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Tax filings by US nonprofit ...

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