The rebating of domestic air fares became legal in 1981. Agents, however, must follow the policies of their principals, the airlines, when selling their tickets. Airlines are the "policemen" of their agents and no actions can be taken by the government, ARC, IATA, ASTA, or any other association against companies that are engaged in the lawful practice of rebating on domestic tickets.
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