07/24/2011 10:45 am ET | Updated Sep 23, 2011

FAA Shutdown: Which Airlines Are Cashing In And Which Are Spreading The Love (POLL)

In case you didn't know, the FAA was forced to partially shutdown at midnight on Friday after Congress failed to resolve a dispute over the agency's funding.

It's been estimated that the shutdown will cost the government $200 million per week in lost revenue from airline ticket taxes. CBS News reports that the uncollected tax will come out to roughly $61 per domestic ticket.

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