Delta One® Premium Lounges are Coming to BOS, LAX, and JFK this Year

by Anthony Losanno
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Delta Air Lines announced today that it will be adding premium Delta One® lounges at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), and New York John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) this year. These new lounges will likely offer Delta One® passengers an experience like what United’s Polaris Lounges and American’s Flagship Lounges currently offer.

Access details have not yet been disclosed. I assume that Delta One® passengers will be allowed in, but it’s unknown if Delta 360°, Delta Diamond Medallion, passengers with SkyTeam status, or those flying in premium cabin on partner flights.

Claude Roussel, Vice President of Sky Club and Lounge Experience at Delta, said:

We want each of our guests to receive a highly personalized and dedicated level of service. It’s not enough to have beautiful spaces and exceptional offerings. Premium lounge customers should feel welcomed and known when they walk in the door, just as they would at their favorite hotel or restaurant. We look forward to providing that warm welcome and making ‘premium’ feel personal for each guest.”

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The first lounge will open in Terminal 4 at New York John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK). The expansive 38,000-square-foot space that will feature an outdoor terrace, a full-service brasserie and a casual market with open kitchens, dedicated wellness areas, and more.

Delta One LAX

The second location will arrive in Q4 2024. This will be found in Terminal 3 of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). This lounge will be much smaller at 10,000 square feet, but will feature a dedicated check-in area with an elevator directly into the lounge.

Finally, the third location will open in Terminal E of Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). This will be the smallest of the premium lounges at only 6,300 square feet with seating for 120 guests. This will be attached to the Delta Sky Club® already in Terminal E.

Anthony’s Take: Delta is thankfully catching up with American and United when it comes to premium lounges for its most discerning passengers. I’m excited to check these out and will provide full reviews in the future.

(Image Credits: Delta Air Lines.)

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1 comment

Truth February 8, 2024 - 12:06 pm

DL forgot to include the rendering of the queue to enter which is ALWAYS present in the evenings at JFK.

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