Travel Commissions Gone

NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports on the blow that some airlines dealt to travel agents in the last week. Four major airlines have decided to stop paying commissions to travel agents. The airlines say that with business faltering, they need the extra revenue. Which leaves the agents to figure out how to recoup the lost income.

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