I understand that airlines typically void e-tickets for passengers who do not show up for their flights. But if the tickets are purchased and paid for through a travel agent, does the airline typically notify the travel agency that the passenger is a no-show? Any information would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Airline No Show Policy and Travel Agencies
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