|Quoting American762 (Reply 1):|
I don't know anything about this, but having flown with Songs' inflight service and entertainment, it will be sad to see it mesh into Delta. They say they are going to bring the ideas from Song over to Delta, but that most likely will not include installing IFE on all their 757's.
|Quoting Jrlander (Reply 3):|
You can do a search on this, and find a ton of information. Delta plans to install the Song IFE on around 100 planes- 757's, 737-800's, and domestic 767-300's. First class seats, with IFE, will be installed on current Song 757's. All planes will be repainted to Delta colors, and I imagine the colorful Song seat covers will be replaced by the new leather Delta seat covers. Delta's goal is to offer a Song-like product on all domestic flights over 1750 miles, and many flights in the NE-Florida corridor.
|Quoting SFOtraveler (Reply 5):|
I wonder if they plan to bring back food for purchase similar to Song on long haul flights?
|Quoting WorldTraveler (Reply 8):|
Delta has said they are working on a food for sale program and will decide by the end of the summer. They need to be better able to predict demand which is what caused so much spoilage when Delta tried it before. Song offered limited fresh choices but lots of non-perishable products; that is apparently the way to go. I have enjoyed Song's Bistro when I have flown w/ them but they ran out of fresh food on me.... hopefully DL will offer the order on their website feature which I got smart to about the time DL decided to shutter Song.