Delta to Open Delta One Clubs at JFK and LAX, Limit Access to Sky Clubs

By Kurt Stolz on 5 May 2022
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Delta One private check-in desk at LAX

Delta Air Lines announced plans to open lounges for exclusive use by its business-class passengers in two locations and also said it will limit access to its Sky Clubs.

The Atlanta-based carrier announced plans for two new Delta One Club lounges with access limited strictly for Delta One business-class passengers, at John F. Kennedy International and Los Angeles International airports.

The 36,000-square-foot (3,345-square-meter)  JFK Delta One Club will open in 2023 near Concourse B in Terminal 4, while the 10,000-square-foot (929-square-meter) LAX Delta One Club will open in 2024 and connect to the recently opened Sky Club in Terminal 3.

With the new Delta One Club lounges, Delta said it would “elevate the lounge experience” for Delta One passengers.

Meanwhile, Delta will no longer grant arriving passengers access to its Sky Club lounges with the exception of Delta One passengers and will limit access to departing and connecting passengers to anytime within three hours of departure.

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