Four Delta airport lounges to be renovated in January

Four Delta airport lounges to be renovated in January

Delta Air Lines is in the midst of updating its Sky Club lounges at four airports throughout the United States and will unveil the updates over the course of the rest of January, reports SkyClub News.

Sky Club lounges are available at no extra charge to passengers in Delta's business class cabin, while other passengers can purchase annual or one-time passes.

The renovations, which are taking place at airports in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Atlanta, New York-LaGuardia and Philadelphia, reportedly represent part of the carrier's $2 billion investment in improving its services.

According to the source, the updated lounges will feature contemporary furniture and full-service bars with around-the-clock snack and drink service. Other amenities available to guests include satellite TV, a work zone with complimentary wireless internet, 'cyber counters' with desktop computers, wireless printers and outlets for charging electronic devices.

"Delta Sky Clubs are an important part of our premium customer experience and we are committed to further improving the travel experience for those customers," said Tim Mapes, Delta's senior vice president for marketing.

By Arnold Meyer

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