Clubs in Chicago O’Hare (E Concourse), Denver, Miami, Nashville, Orlando, Phoenix and San Francisco will join Clubs that are already operating as they reopen throughout July, with additional Clubs reopening as travel increases over the coming months.
“Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our employees and guests,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director — Delta Sky Club. “Our Delta CareStandard extends to every step of the travel journey – including Delta Sky Clubs. From seating capacity to cleaning procedures to individually packaged food options and a modified bar experience, we’ve thought through and improved every touch point to ensure you feel safe and at ease during your Club visit.”
That’s why Delta Sky Clubs are transforming industry cleanliness with a new standard of clean that includes the same Delta CareStandard practices found throughout the airport and on-board:
Reducing Touch Points
Food buffets have been modified with grab & go style, individually packaged fresh food options like yogurt, fruit, muffins, pastries, salads, hummus and pita chips, and sandwiches.
Plexiglass partitions are being added at check-in, at the bar and between café tables.
Hand sanitizer dispensers have been added near high-traffic and high-touch areas.
Providing More Space
Designated seating areas have been reserved for families traveling together.
Delta’s mask-wearing requirements for customers and employees extend to Delta Sky Clubs.
Floor decals have been added to remind guest to maintain extra space.
Expanding Cleaning Measures
Clubs are sanitized nightly with a high-grade electrostatic spray that seeks out and clings to surfaces, instantly killing viruses on contact.
High-touch locations, including food and bar areas, are wiped down throughout the day.
All glassware is sanitized with high-temperature industrial dishwashers.
A comprehensive overview of the Delta CareStandard and more can be found via infographics, videos and Q&As on our delta.com Coronavirus Update Center.
As a part of a long-term effort to expand the award-winning Delta Sky Club experience across the network, Salt Lake International Airport will see a new, nearly 28,000-square-foot Club this fall and Los Angeles International Airport will see a new Club in 2022 — both of which will feature a Sky Deck and breath-taking views. Over the past several years, Delta also opened new Clubs at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and a refreshed Club at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, along with new award-winning flagship Clubs at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.