Delta customers in the Mile High City are enjoying upgrades in airport accommodations and services as part of a global investment by the airline. Delta opened a new Delta Sky Club on Concourse A on June 21, just days after the airline added new service with five daily flights to Los Angeles.
“Denver is an emerging market for service in the western U.S.,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director – Delta Sky Club, “and 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.”The Denver Club will include more than 4,600 square feet of relaxation with 90 seats. The Club will feature art from local galleries, complimentary New Belgium Ranger craft beer and Starbucks coffee in additional to many other amenities.
Delta serves Denver customers with 40 peak day departures and nine destinations including Los Angeles, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Atlanta, New-York-JFK, New York-La Guardia, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Detroit.
The new Denver-Los Angeles flights will be operated by Delta Connection carrier SkyWest Airlines on two-class, 76-seat CRJ-900 aircraft.
Delta has invested millions of dollars to enhance the look, feel and tastes in each of its 50 Sky Clubs around the globe. For more than two years, it has been actively reinventing, renovating and revitalizing the Delta Sky Club experience. Later this year, Delta will open new Clubs in Atlanta (Concourse B) and Seattle (between Concourse A and B), as well as renovate Clubs in Raleigh and Newark.