On the heel’s of Delta Air Lines to Grow Presence at Tokyo Haneda, Delta announced plans to open a Sky Club in 2020 at Tokyo Haneda.
As a recap Delta will become the largest U.S. carrier serving Haneda, with seven daily flights between Haneda and Seattle, Detroit, Atlanta, Honolulu, Minneapolis, Los Angeles and Portland, Ore. With this change, Delta will transfer its full operation of U.S.-Tokyo services from Narita to Haneda, the city’s closest and most convenient airport, beginning in March 2020.
Just in time for summer, Delta will open a new Delta Sky Club in Haneda, with nearly 9,000 sq. ft. for guests to enjoy. While still in initial design phases, the Club will feature:
- International and Japanese seasonal food offerings that are rotated regularly for customers, including healthy options
- A full-service bar that includes complimentary drinks, along with seasonal cocktails and wine selected by Delta’s Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson on the premium bar menu
- Unique design elements and artwork throughout the Club reflecting the region culture and history
- High-speed Wi-Fi, comfortable seating and power outlets at nearly every seat
- Shower suites
Delta is also launching new service next year from Seoul to Manila, operated using an Airbus A330-900neo with premium products and service including all four Delta seat products: Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin.
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