Breaking Travel News

Song Award for In-Flight Service

Song was named “Best In-Flight Service” in Reader’s Digest’s
“America’s 100 Best” May issue, which hit newsstands on April 19. Song was praised for its wide variety of on-board amenities, including
Song’s innovative in-flight entertainment system with personal seatback
video monitors at every seat that provide: 24 channels of live, DISH
Network television free; 24 channels of audio programming;
digitally-streamed MP3 programming that allows customers to create
individual play lists of 32 songs at their seat, from an inventory of more
than 1,600 songs free; 10 pay-per- view movies available on-demand,
allowing customers to start and stop the film at their leisure; 11 video
games; and a popular interactive trivia game that allows passengers to
compete against one another. Song’s exclusive on-board menu features
healthy, organic food options, as well as a few indulgences such as Song’s
signature cocktails.

“Song is honored to be recognized by Reader’s Digest for providing our
customers with the superior in-flight experience and choices they want
when they travel,” said Joanne Smith, president of Song. “In just two
years, Song’s employees have provided an unmatched in-flight experience,
successfully distinguishing Song’s unique brand from its competitors and
we are thrilled to be considered one of ‘America’s Best.’”

The second annual “America’s 100 Best” list, which is featured in the May
issue of Reader’s Digest magazine, names the country’s 100 best people,
places, ideas and innovations in six major categories: Legacies, Passions,
Adventure, Innovations, Time Off and Connections.

Earlier this year, Song announced major expansion plans from New York’s
John F. Kennedy International airport (JFK) to Los Angeles, San Francisco,
Seattle, San Juan and Aruba. Song’s expanded service, including its new
transcon routes, will feature the wide array of on-board amenities that
distinguish it from any other air service.