The Internal Revenue Service has asked airlines to refund customers who request a refund of the ticket tax already paid on airline tickets following the closure of the FAA. In a notice posted Wednesday on its website, the IRS has stated that customers that do not receive a refund from the airlines can submit claims to the IRS under new procedures being developed. Steve Lott, a spokesman for the Air Transport Association, said passengers were entitled to a refund but expressed its puzzlement over how the IRS will ensure the refunds are made efficiently. He said. “We believe it’s the

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