Not only do they have free TV like JetBlue, but they also have a choice of 8 movies (that you have to pay for), and an online music jukebox complete with album art, song trivia, games, and information about your flight.
The feature that impressed me the most is the jukebox. You can choose from a variety of styles of music from urban legends, to swing, to alternative. I was able to find “Loud, Fast” a Ramones greatest hits CD, “License to Ill” by the Beastie Boys, some Guns and Roses, a 90’s rock CD featuring “Lump” by The Presidents of the United States and “Pepper” by The Butthole Surfers, Nirvana’s “Nevermind”, and a Dr. Seuss CD version of “Green Eggs and Ham”.
You’re even able to multitask. For example you can view the flight information or play a game while listening to a playlist you created. All free of charge!
The one thing that is missing from this jukebox is a random feature. I just put together a pretty hardy playlist, and it’d be nice to be able to mix it up a bit, but really with a selection of music as good as this, I’m not going to complain.
The two things JetBlue still has going for it is I think they still usually have two movies playing for free, and larger seats, but overall, Song was cheaper and from now on I prefer it to JetBlue, although they are still a very close second.
If only the radio was playing Queen, I’d be rocking out.