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Delta’s Sky Clubs® are some of my favorite lounges in the US. They have done a good job, overall, with crowd control and the food is above what others offer.
Now it seems they’re taking a cue from United (who opened a separate “Club Fly” in Denver last year (pictured above). My review is here. The “grab-and-go” areas will launch soon in two of the busiest airports – ATL and JFK.
While this concept is going to be tested in New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) (Terminal 4, Concourse B) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) (Concourse B), the airline will look to roll it out elsewhere if it’s successful. Delta will separate the “grab-and-go” areas within the Sky Club® and offer sandwiches, fruit, snacks, and drinks for takeaway.
As mentioned above, United is testing a similar concept in Denver International Airport (DEN) and other carriers like Air Canada and Lufthansa have their own takes. The original credit goes to Capital One. It’s Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) lounge offers a selection of refrigerated items that guests can take with them.
Anthony’s Take: This concept is a win for travelers. It’s not taking away from the lounges, but an addition for passengers that are either not hungry while they visit or pressed for time and looking for something to enjoy in flight. I hope this concepts pays off and rolls out elsewhere across carriers.
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