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The first phase of the Delta Sky Way at LAX is now open to customers – nearly 18 months ahead of schedule. And when LAX customers visit the new Delta terminal, they’ll have more than just a streamlined check-in experience and sparkling new facilities to look forward to. The new Delta Sky Club at LAX, located on the departures level between T2 and T3, features premium design and impressive views and promises to deliver an unparalleled lounge experience for guests with Club access.
“Planning for this Delta Sky Club began in 2018 and every detail – from seating to food and beverage offerings to premium design – has been selected to create a unique experience for guests,” said Claude. Roussel, General Manager – Delta Sky Club. “Whether guests visit the new Delta Sky Club to dine, work, or just enjoy the view, they’ll find a lot to love about this world-class lounge for a world-class airport.”
At more than 30,000 square feet, the Delta Sky Club at LAX Sky Way is one of the largest in the Delta network, with enough space for guests to retreat, relax and rejuvenate.
The journey begins in the majestic lobby on the ground floor, where customers can check in at one of five self-service kiosks. These kiosks are designed to be easy to use and will expedite access to the Club for customers. (The larger of the two Delta Sky Clubs on T2 will remain open; with both Clubs operational, approximately 800 guests will be able to enjoy the lounges simultaneously.)
Once checked in, guests will ascend the monumental staircase or escalators, passing under dazzling ceiling lights inspired by ocean waves before arriving at the custom wooden area that marks the entrance to the Club.
The lounge is outfitted with seating options to accommodate a wide variety of travelers, including private phone booths for quiet work and theater-style seating for viewing the media wall. The club’s washroom amenities have been optimized for guest comfort and privacy and include a breastfeeding room, oversized family washrooms and eight spacious showers managed via a virtual queuing system.
The Club includes a wide range of seating options.
The spacious shower rooms are well appointed to meet the needs of guests.
Throughout the Club are hidden gems designed to delight. One such gem is the Coffee Grotto, a nook that offers a glamorous glimpse of Hollywood’s Golden Age ambiance with an exquisite mosaic mural featuring glass tiles imported from Italy.
The gallery at LAX features curated pieces from the Delta Sky Club arts program and includes large-scale digital creations, sculptures and multimedia works featuring local LA artists.
The jewel in the Club’s crown is the Sky Deck, a year-round, all-weather terrace where guests can enjoy drinks from the premium bar and panoramic views of downtown Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Hills. Hollywood.
The upscale Club Bar extends to the year-round outdoor Sky Deck.
Delta Sky Club at LAX: Your New Dining Destination in Los Angeles
Throughout the lounge, guests can enjoy multiple buffets and beverage centers featuring a selection of seasonally-inspired fresh produce, with food options and quick snacks for guests on the go.
In addition to the regular menu rotation, the Club will feature special food and beverage programming that highlights local artisans and restaurant talent. As part of the Fresh Farm program, Delta partners with local artisans to showcase locally made artisan food and beverage products in a weekly activation similar to a farmer’s market pop-up.
Beginning June 1, Delta Sky Club’s Local Flavors program will offer guests a taste of regional cuisine through its partnership with emerging local chefs. Local Flavor features hometown chefs on a rotating quarterly basis, highlighting some of their most popular recipes for passing visitors. Akira Back, a Michelin-starred chef known for his creative interpretations of Asian cuisine with an American influence, is the first local flavor chef featured at the new LAX Delta Sky Club.
Delta’s new Terminal 3 at LAX
Delta’s state-of-the-art Sky Way at LAX will transform the travel experience for customers upon arrival. Beginning April 20, visitors to LAX will experience:
A centralized headquarters that combines check-in, security and baggage claim
32 self-service kiosks and 46 check-in stations
A 250-foot digital backwall featuring English and Spanish wayfinding information, Delta Sky Club volume, and flight and gate information
Five baggage claim carousels (a remaining carousel will open in a few weeks)
Seven new safety lanes (with a total of 14 operational at the end of the summer)
Other milestones will be unveiled throughout the year, including three departure gates that will open just in time for the summer travel season. Also this summer, eligible customers leaving LAX can choose to use their digital identity when going through security, which means they can use facial recognition technology to get to their door, without having to show an ID. identity or remove items from their bags. When the terminal opens, this technology will be available at the check-in and baggage drop-off points; functionality would later extend to security lanes and boarding gates.
When completed in 2023, Terminals 2 and 3 will be a consolidated 27-gate, 1.2 million square foot complex that connects Terminals 2 and 3 to the Tom Bradley International Terminal (Terminal B), enabling post-security connections fast at Delta and flights operated by Delta partners. Delta, the world’s largest carrier and leader of LAX, has long been committed to modernizing and improving the airport experience for customers at its West Coast hub, where the airline offers more than 140 daily flights to 53 destinations. worldwide.
As the airline strengthens its presence in its Southern California hub and in the wider Los Angeles community, Delta looks forward to welcoming its customers to a journey that is more intuitive, efficient, easy to navigate and enjoyable than ever before.