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Is TSA avoidance grounds for a refund?

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Passengers who want a ticket refunded because they refuse to be body-scanned or patted down at the airport are venturing into uncertain territory.

Travel blogger Christopher Elliott contacted five airlines to find out if they planned to accommodate customers who would rather stay home than face TSA screening.

American, Southwest and United/Continental said no. Delta said maybe. AirTran gave a refund to a passenger who said she "cannot fly when these are the terms."


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