Airlines should refund ticket taxes, IRS says

07/28/2011 | USA Today

The Internal Revenue Service asked airlines to refund to customers the money they paid in federal ticket taxes that the government did not levy. The Federal Aviation Authority stopped collecting the taxes over the weekend because Congress didn't pass a budget for the agency. But instead of passing the savings to customers, airlines raised their fares. Airlines are sending customers to the IRS for refunds.

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