US airlines are embroiled in a spat with Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways over Open Skies policies and subsidies allegations.
The submission refutes subsidies claims amid debate on longstanding US policy allowing carriers to fly to and from the country with minimal government interference.
CEOs from Lufthansa, International Airlines Group, easyJet, Air-France-KLM and Ryanair have called for regulatory change as subsidies battle continues.
CEOs of Alaska Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines and JetBlue Airways are among those opposing the stance of industry partners American, Delta and United.
Research commissioned by Etihad Airways claimes the three biggest US carriers received benefits valued in excess if $71bn.
New report states that the airline industry is changing rapidly and China will replace the US as the largest aviation market.
Poll reveals 74% of Americans feel the US government should take action if Gulf carriers proven to be violating Open Skies agreements.
Dubai-based Emirates defends US fares promotion after subsidies criticism.