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Delta Air Lines opened its latest Sky Club in the E Concourse, which serves international flights at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). This is Delta’s third lounge in Boston (the other two are located on Concourse A) and a welcome addition for international travelers.
The 21,000-square-foot lounge will have seating for over 400 guests and offer sweeping views of the harbor and skyline. The lounge’s design takes colors and textures from Boston’s nautical history with lots of navy, teal, and weathered wood.
Guests of the lounge will enjoy food and beverage options including seasonally inspired and regional specialties like New England clam chowder and Boston-based Necco candy wafers.
The lounge will feature a host of seating options (including six soundproof phone booths), a family room, as well as five shower suites, which are great for international travelers.
Claude Roussel, Managing Director of Delta’s Sky Clubs, said:
While no two lounges are alike, the layout and Boston-inspired details in this Club make it feel truly one-of-a-kind. From the moment our guests enter the lounge, we want them to feel transported — not just by curated design, but by the care and hospitality they experience from our ambassadors.”
The Sky Club in Concourse E will complement the Air France lounge that currently exists there. This will provide travelers with a much nicer, newer experience as they travel to and from Boston.
Anthony’s Take: This new lounge is a welcome addition in Boston and looks gorgeous. I can’t wait to check it out when I next travel from there.
(Image Credits: Delta Air Lines.)
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