Virgin America has teamed up with Spotify and the New York Times to stream music and deliver news articles aboard its planes. If it's new in-flight ViaSat WiFi connection can stream Netflix videos 35,000 feet in the air, then music files and news articles should be a cinch, right? We hope so, because Spotify will make its whole catalogue accessible onboard Virgin America flights -- the company claims it's the first airline to offer the service -- along with city-inspired mood playlists. For instance, if you're flying to NYC, you can choose to play VA's "Empire State of Mind" or "A Night On Broadway Mix" playlist on your phone/tablet/laptop, while you can play "Welcome to the Windy City" if you're going to Chicago. It's a great chance to sign up for a free 30-day Spotify Premium trial, if you haven't yet.