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ATLANTA - Delta Air Lines announced Monday it will process tax refunds for customers traveling during the suspension of non-essential services of the Federal Aviation Administration.
Funding for the FAA expired on July 23. At that time, Delta stopped collecting several taxes imposed on ticket sales, including a 7.5 percent tax on the base ticket price, a $3.70 segment tax and facilities taxes on international travel and travel to and from Alaska and Hawaii.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has advised that travelers who paid for tickets on or before July 22