Song, Part 2

I just wanted to clarify a bit about the elimination of Song.  This is actually great news for Delta flyers.  They’ll have a much, much better product on their transcon flights with opportunities for upgrading.  It’s good news for Continental frequent flyers because the former Song flights will likely now count toward elite status (the old Song flights did not).  It will also make Continental frequent flyers realize how weak our beloved Continental’s transcon service is compared with Song.  I’m still not sure I understand how adding amenities to the Delta mainline planes will reduce costs, but there you have it…

1 Comments.

  1. Do you mean “good news for *Delta* frequent fliers” re: the flights counting towards elite status?

    Any transcon option other than a tiny, overcrowded CO 737 (which should not be allowed to fly more than 3 hours) is gone, IMO…

    -avi