Delta Air Lines Unveils Premium Lounge ‘Delta One’ at JFK

The Delta One Lounge opens at John F. Kennedy International Airport

Delta Air Lines, 'Delta One Lounge' Bar
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Delta Air Lines (DL) has introduced its newest premium lounge, the Delta One Lounge, at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Located between Concourses A and B in Terminal 4, adjacent to the main security checkpoint, the expansive Delta One Lounge covers over 39,000 square feet and complements Delta’s most premium onboard experience.

The airline notes its Delta One Lounge is the first of its kind and the largest Delta Sky Club to date. It offers a variety of experiences and amenities for premium travellers*, including fine dining, spa-like wellness treatments, valet services, and more.


Raising The Bar

It’s a new era for Delta – this Lounge is raising the bar across the board,” said Claude Roussel, Vice President – Delta Sky Clubs and Lounge Experience. “From the amenities to the food and beverage offerings to the level of personalised service. We want our guests to feel the difference here; moreover, we want them to feel welcomed and valued from the moment they step through the door.”

Delta One Lounge Amenities

Brasserie Restaurant: The Lounge features a 140-seat Brasserie-style restaurant offering a three-course meal service.

Wellness Area: Equipped with nine reservable relaxation pods featuring full-body massage chairs and nap chairs.

Serenity Lounge: Located adjacent to the wellness area.

Shower Suites: Eight well-appointed shower suites come complete with towels, bathrobes, and slippers.

Delta Air Lines, 'Delta One Lounge' Shower room
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Soundproof Booths: Eight individual soundproof booths are available within the Lounge for added privacy.

Terrace: The Terrace offers views of the airfield and features regional, seasonally updated plants.

Expansion Beyond JFK

The JFK Delta One Lounge is the first of its kind, with Delta One Lounges at LAX and Boston Logan International planned to open later in 2024. 

This expansion will bring the end-to-end premium experience to more customers in more hubs.

Delta Expands Network: Nigeria on the Horizon

Delta Airlines Boeing Dreamliner
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Delta is expanding its network further. This winter, the combined partnership of Delta and LATAM will offer more service between New York and South America than any other carrier or joint venture. 

Additionally, Delta revealed it will reinforce its position as the largest U.S. carrier to Africa by relaunching daily service to Lagos, Nigeria (LOS) on December 1, 2024.

*Access guidelines for the Delta One Lounge