Delta opens lounge for premier class passengers at Indianapolis Airport

Delta opens lounge for premier class passengers at Indianapolis Airport


Business travelers who often look forward to relaxing at one of the premier class lounges at airports now can look forward to kicking back at one more airport.

Delta recently announced that it has opened its first lounge for business class passengers at the Indianapolis Airport. The lounge was created in order to cater to those who wanted to relax and catch up on work when traveling to and from the U.S.

The new Sky Club is 48,000 square feet and is the only premium lounge for business travelers in Indiana, according to the airline. Guests can enjoy complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, along with snacks, WiFi, computer work stations and power outlets.

“This new Delta Sky Club reflects our commitment to improve the travel experience across our global network with the first airport lounge to serve premium customers in Indianapolis,” said Bob Cortelyou, the senior vice presidne of network connections, for the airline. “From Indiana to India to every point across our network, we are betting big on customer service with the biggest re-investment in airports, products and technology for our customers in more than a decade.”

By Jason Faulkner

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