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Saturday, October 29, 2021

I guess quirky goes only so far on the balance sheet: Delta Airlines is shutting down its discount flyer Song branch after a quarterly loss of $58 million.

I’ve never been loyal to any one airline — I don’t fly often enough to have a need to — but Song came awfully close to wrapping me up. And it had mostly to do with their inflight entertainment monitors, which really make just the thought of flying any other way unbearable.

Delta says it will incorporate some of the features it rolled out with Song. Hopefully it’ll be those monitors; the food and cocktails would be okay too. If not, I guess I could go with JetBlue, which also has TVs in their seats.

by Costa Tsiokos, Sat 10/29/2005 01:14:08 PM
Category: Business
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