DLD 229: Adding up some shutdown costs Posted by Seth Miller on 2 February 2019 in podcast | 156 Views The US government shutdown finally took its toll on a pair of inaugurals, and a few others are giving up, too. https://s3.amazonaws.com/PointsHoarder.com_Podcasts/Episodes/DLD229.mp3 Like what you hear? Support the Show and get early access to episodes. Among the topics we’ve got this week: Delta Air Lines pushed its A220 inaugural back a week, hoping that the FAA certification pulls through in that time. Alaska Airlines also had to delay its service inaugural out of Paine Field north of Seattle. British Airways is finally giving up on its hopes of buying Norwegian and selling the ~5% stake it took. Seth flew on WOW Air and the carrier didn’t go bankrupt during the trip, which is a win. United Airlines had a 777 stuck in Canada while en route to Hong Kong and it was pretty frustrating for everyone involved. Brexit uncertainty is causing all sorts of problems, including a catering company stockpiling some sundries. Never miss another post: Sign up for email alerts and get only the content you want direct to your inbox.