Delta Air Lines has just announced the carrier will be opening a new Delta Sky Club in Tokyo's Haneda Airport in time for the busy summer travel season next year. The launch of the new Delta Sky Club is perfectly timed as Tokyo will be hosting the 2020 Summer Olympics.
While renderings of the Haneda Delta Sky Club are not available at this time, guests who have access to Delta Sky Club locations can look forward to enjoying close to 9,000 square ft. of lounge space in style and comfort when the new Club opens in due time.
The Haneda Delta Sky Club will offer seasonal Japanese and international food options to be rotated frequently to keep things refreshing for frequent flyers. Healthy food offerings will be available for guests to enjoy as well. For those looking to sip on a drink or two, take heart a full-service bar will be available at the Haneda Delta Sky Club. Over at the bar, guests can enjoy complimentary drinks, including seasonal cocktails and wine specially curated by Delta's Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson.
But of course, the Haneda Delta Sky Club will boast speedy Wi-Fi, plenty of comfortable seating and power outlets at almost every seat for guests' convenience. Shower suites will be available at the Club, too - perfect for guests to freshen up before or after a long flight. The Haneda Delta Sky Club will also showcase design elements and artwork that reflect the region's unique history and culture.
Delta Air Lines couldn't be more pleased to be bringing its award-winning Delta Sky Club experience to Tokyo; the Atlanta-based legacy carrier has been working hard to enhance existing Sky Club locations as well as introduce new ones across its network. Case in point, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport will soon debut a new Delta Sky Club later this year while Salt Lake City International Airport will be home to a new Delta Sky Club in 2020, and Los Angeles International Airport in 2022.
On another note, nonstop Delta flights from seven US cities to Tokyo's Haneda Airport are already available for booking. With new service linking Portland, Oregon; Seattle; Detroit; Atlanta; and Honolulu to Tokyo's Haneda Airport, Delta is now the largest US carrier to serve Tokyo's most convenient airport for business and leisure travelers alike.
Delta currently offers flights between Tokyo Haneda and Los Angeles as well as Minneapolis/St. Paul. Delta's award-winning private Delta One suites will be available on the new Tokyo Haneda flights to and from Seattle; Detroit; and Atlanta. In case you were wondering, the Delta One suites are available on existing Tokyo Haneda flights to and from Los Angeles and Minneapolis/St. Paul, too.