Delta Air Lines Has a $25 Million Reason to Hate the U.S. Shutdown

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Delta Air Lines said Tuesday it expects to lose about $25 million in revenue in January from the partial government shutdown. Pictured is the interior on a A321 jet. Delta Air Lines

Skift Take: Delta is losing about $25 million in revenue this month because of the partial government shutdown. For such a big company, that’s not a big number. But clearly Delta would like the government to reopen, and executives spent a good portion of their earnings call discussing it.

— Brian Sumers

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