Bad Ink in the Windy City

Aug 25 2011 Bad Ink in the Windy City BY sgf-admin TAGS Airlines


Airlines are used to negative press; seems to roll off their backs like water on a duck. But surely a couple of them are cringing this week in Chicago...

The Chicago Tribune reports, "The two biggest airlines at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport route their jet fuel purchases through an outlying Illinois town, shaving millions of dollars off their tax bills but raising the hackles of Chicago officials."

How many millions? "$12 million to $14 million off their annual tax bills in recent years." That's $12 million to $14 million for each airline. Read the rest of the story here.


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