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December 23, 2004

Latest airline class action

When customers purchase nonrefundable tickets and then fail to use them, airlines don't usually volunteer to refund them the taxes and airport fees. Reason enough for a class action, according to a Massachusetts attorney (Josh Gerstein, New York Sun, Dec. 17).

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