Delta opens Sky Club passenger lounge at Denver International

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Airline operator Delta Air Lines has opened a new Delta Sky Club passenger lounge in the A Concourse of Denver International Airport in Colorado.

Located near the Jeppesen Terminal, the new lounge will cover approximately 4,600ft² and will have seating for up to 90 passengers. The club lounge includes art from local galleries, as well as complimentary New Belgium Ranger craft beer and Starbucks coffee. The new Delta Sky Club lounge in Denver is part of a global investment by the airline to enhance the look, feel and tastes in each of its 50 Sky Clubs around the globe.

Mookie Patel, senior vice president of airline affairs and commercial property at Denver International Airport, said, “Delta’s decision to invest in a new lounge at Denver International Airport underscores the carrier’s continued commitment to the Denver market and the airport. Delta has also increased its seat capacity at Denver and will offer nearly 50% more flights in July compared with the same time just two years ago. We are pleased that Delta continues to grow in Denver, and that the airline is offering its passengers an elevated experience at the airport.”

Claude Roussel, managing director – Delta Sky Club, said, “Denver is an emerging market for services in western America. Opening a new Delta Sky Club, combined with increasing service earlier this month, means our guests are assured of having a more productive and pleasant travel experience, giving them another reason to fly Delta.”

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