Delta Air Lines intends to fold its Song low-fare airline operation back into the mainline while introducing Song's customer-pleasing attributes, including live seatback television, MP3 music programming and leather seats, to at least 52 additional mainline aircraft. Delta also will add first-class sections to Song's current fleet of 48 757-200s, making the product more attractive to higher-yield business travelers who can use status and miles to upgrade to the front of the cabin, something ...

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