Delta Air Lines this week unveiled "the industry's first two-class domestic flight experience to feature [on-demand] digital entertainment," a result of the carrier's decision to fold its low-cost Song subsidiary and reintegrate the 48 757s and portions of the Song inflight product into the mainline fleet (ATWOnline, April 6). The service will be available on select flights longer than 4 hr., mostly from the Atlanta and New York JFK hubs "where Delta is a major competitor for long-haul ...

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