As reported on FareCompare and other places, it seems likely that the FAA will not be reauthorized by the deadline tonight to continue to collect taxes on airline airfare purchases. This would result in no taxes being allowed on airline tickets purchased after the expiration of the tax allowance sometime tonight. FareCompare does a great job breaking down the details, so I won’t reproduce them here, but the bottom-line up-front is that you would save about 13% on ticket purchases during this “tax holiday.”
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