Delta opens Sky Club lounge in San Francisco International T1

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Delta Airlines has opened its new LEED Gold Certified Delta Sky Club lounge in Terminal 1 (T1) at San Francisco International Airport in California, USA.

Conveniently located inside the security checkpoint, the Sky Club lounge features premium cuisine options, with Asian-inspired delicacies such as pho and Thai chicken flatbread, designed by Chef Mai Pham from Lemon Grass Restaurant in Sacramento, California. The Sky Club bar offers a range of complimentary beverages including local craft beer Anchor Steam. Napa and Sonoma wines are also available to customers.

The lounge amenities include shower suites with complimentary Isaac Mizrahi bathing products, a private work area, free wi-fi, and flat-screen TVs throughout. The lounge also contains original artwork from the Bay Area with pieces by artists Charis Tsevis, Mary Ann Lomonaco and Dusty Griffith. Delta Sky Club representatives are also on hand to assist passengers with flight changes, seating assignments and boarding passes.

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