Delta is clearly aiming to curry favor with business travelers. The airline recently unveiled its roadmap for airport lounges. And it’s clear that the U.S. carrier is investing heavily in this area. Two top business destinations will host the largest Delta Sky Clubs. On April 20, the company inaugurated its new lounge as part of the Delta Sky Way, a $2.3 billion project in partnership with Los Angeles World Airports. This new lounge is located on the departure level between Terminal 2 and Terminal 3…

Delta is clearly aiming to curry favor with business travelers. The airline recently unveiled its airport lounge roadmap. And it is clear that the US carrier is investing heavily in this area. Two top business destinations will host the largest Delta Sky Clubs. On April 20, the company inaugurated its new lounge as part of the Delta Sky Way, a $2.3 billion project in partnership with Los Angeles World Airports. The new lounge is located on the departure level between Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. With a surface area of more than 2,700 square meters, its capacity reaches 500 passengers. A ” world-class lounge for a world-class airport,” summarizes Claude Roussel, General Manager of Delta Sky Club.

Among the Delta lounge’s notable features are private phone booths for working in peace and quiet, and eight showers managed by a virtual queue system. Not to mention the Sky Deck, a year-round terrace with a bar and a panoramic view of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Hills…

Another top business destination, and another new Sky Club: New York. The new lounge is expected to open in June at LaGuardia Airport. Located in Terminal C, the lounge will have a capacity of nearly 600 seats.

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Delta’s ambition goes even further, as a Sky Club lounge will also be inaugurated at Chicago O’Hare during the fall, with Nashville, Boston and Atlanta airports benefiting from an extension of existing lounges starting this summer. Internationally, the Tokyo Haneda lounge (800 square meters) is expected to open in August. Delta will then be the only U.S. airline with its own lounge at the Japanese hub.

Jumeirah arrival lounge for Dubai airport

Dubai Airport is also taking care of its business services by entrusting the keys of its new business lounge to Jumeirah. The lounge has just opened its doors in Terminal 3, and relies on the local hotel group’s expertise in luxury hospitality. Jumeirah drew inspiration from its presidential suites for the design of this 250-square-meter lounge, which includes a VIP room. Bathrooms are also available, equipped with showers featuring a range of Amouage luxury products. Thus, as noted

Jumeirah, ” guests can start their work day or make the most of their first 24 hours in the city while their luggage is transferred directly to their room – no more wasted travel days

. JumeirahThe new lounge at Dubai Airport has been entrusted to luxury hotelier Jumeirah

. ” We are immensely proud to have partnered with Dubai Airports to create an exceptional arrival experience like no other with the Jumeirah Airport Lounge,” said José Silva, president and CEO of the hotel group. ” The lounge meets the comfort and functionality needs of the modern traveler. It is a testament to the importance we place on our guests’ entire journey, ensuring that their arrival experience is as good as their stay in our hotels,” adds José Silva.