With Remaining Heathrow Flights Moving to T3, Delta to Close Dedicated T3 and T4 Arrivals Lounges

By Paul Riegler on 2 September 2016
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Delta's arrivals lounge in T3

Delta’s arrivals lounge in T3

Delta Air Lines, which last month said it would move those flights currently operating from Terminal 4 at London Heathrow to Terminal 3, the home of its joint venture partner, Virgin Atlantic, will close its arrivals lounge in T4 after the move.

Eligible passengers will be invited to use Virgin’s Revivals arrivals lounge starting September 14. The lounge, which is in Terminal 3 outside the arrivals area, offers spa treatments, showers, valet service, a cooked-to-order breakfast, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The Atlanta-based airline will also close its own arrivals lounge in T3 on September 20. That lounge first opened in 2014 after the airline moved some flights to that terminal, having taken over the space previously used by Air Canada before that carrier’s move to Terminal 2.

Passengers traveling in the Delta One business-class cabin as well as Platinum Medallion and Diamond Medallion SkyMiles members traveling in coach are invited to visit the lounge upon arriving in London.

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