​Etihad Airways shot back against its critics with a report claiming Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and United Airlines have benefited from $71.48 billion in U.S. government aid—$70 billion of which they received since 2000—just as a key European airline group offered its support for U.S. open skies policy. A report written at Etihad’s request by the Risk Advisory Group says Delta, including Northwest Airlines, accepted $15 billion in benefits, and United, including ...

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