Song Expands Play List

Song, Delta Air Lines’ low-
fare air service, continues to add new service for travelers this year with
the announcement today of plans to begin its first nonstop service between
Orlando and San Francisco and increase frequencies between select Northeast
and Florida cities.  On Nov. 1, Song will increase the number of daily nonstop
flights it offers from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Ft.
Lauderdale, Orlando, West Palm Beach and Tampa and boost daily service from
Boston’s Logan International Airport to Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando and Fort
Myers.  It will also add one additional nonstop flight between Ft. Lauderdale
Hollywood International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.
Starting Nov. 4, Song will begin offering nonstop service between Orlando
International Airport and San Francisco International Airport.“Song’s service has grown substantially this year in response to increased
passenger demand, and we are thrilled to continue this trend, adding new
nonstop service between Orlando and San Francisco, as well as an even more
robust flight schedule for our customers traveling between the Northeast and
Florida,” said Joanne Smith, president of Song.”
  Song’s service between Orlando and San Francisco will initially operate
three times a week - Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Song plans to increase this
service to five days a week on Jan. 30, 2006 with daily service beginning
March 1, 2006.  Customers can book now for travel between these new routes.
Song’s enhancements to its New York-to-Florida, Boston-to-Florida and Ft.
Lauderdale-to-Los Angeles schedules include:

    - JFK to Ft. Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL) - increases
from 5 to 8 daily roundtrips;
    - JFK to Orlando International Airport (MCO) - increases from 5 to 8
daily roundtrips;
    - JFK to Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) - increases from 2 to 4
daily roundtrips;
    - JFK to Tampa International Airport (TPA) - increases from 3 to 4 daily
roundtrips;
    - Logan to Ft. Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport - increases
from 4 to 6 daily roundtrips;
    - Logan to Orlando International Airport - increases from 4 to 6 daily
roundtrips;
    - Logan to Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) - increases from
2 to 3 daily roundtrips;
    - FLL to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - increases from 1 to 2
daily roundtrips.

  This new service and increased flight frequencies are the direct result of
Song’s efforts to reduce its turn times at the gate from 50 minutes to 40
minutes system wide.  This enables the low-fare service to increase its
aircraft utilization, achieve greater cost savings and maintain low fares for
its customers.
  Song’s expanded service will feature the wide array of on-board amenities
that distinguish its brand from all other low-fare air services.  Song’s in-
flight entertainment system (IFE) is the most innovative of any low-fare
service, offering personal seatback video monitors that provide: 24 channels
of live, DISH Network television free; free digitally-streamed MP3 programming
that allows customers to create individual play lists of up to 32 songs at
their seat (from an inventory of more than 1,600 songs); 10 movies available
on-demand, allowing customers to start and stop the film at their leisure; a
suite of 11 video games; and a popular interactive trivia game that allows
passengers to compete against one another.
  Song offers a comprehensive onboard menu, featuring healthful, organic
selections, as well as a few indulgences.  Dave Lieberman, star of the new
Food Network show “Good Deal with Dave Lieberman” and author of Hyperion
Books’ YOUNG & HUNGRY: More than 100 Recipes for Cooking Fresh and Affordable
Food for Everyone, is Song’s newest executive food consultant.  Lieberman
created delicious new selections available on Song’s May-through-November
menus.
  Song also recently announced an exclusive partnership with nightlife
entrepreneur Rande Gerber to launch a newly-branded in-flight beverage
service, including signature cocktails and martinis created by Gerber.  The
new service will be unveiled on all Song flights in late summer.
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